My numbers or schools aren't as good as the rest listed, but I need a bit of help:
Caucasian Male, State School with 3.37 GPA (3.85 Major with climbing grade trends ending in straight As my last 3 semesters), 158 LSAT (85th percentile in my graduating class in college), Coached and taught Sunday School for extracurriculars, worked full time through school. Wish to focus on elder law/estate law/family practice.
St. Johns University
NE School of Law
St. Thomas University
(might as well safety in the sun
Am I shooting too low or too high? Princeton Review and US News are a bit at odds with numbers, and the school sites are biased. If you have other suggested schools I'd appreciate it. Thanks guys.