I would love to go to University of Michigan. Although I would probably fail out since I'd spend all my time on North Campus stalking the CSEE grad students trying to get them to show me their work. But University of Michigan is definitely my first choice.
Since it doesn't really seem like any schools have posted applications yet, I would imagine, they aren't really passing out fee waivers yet, although I did get one today for William & Mary. Still waiting on the one from Harvard, though.
I, BlueGirl, am a lurker. How's that for a confession? I don't really know that much about the whole lawschool process, so I'm just kind of lurking and soaking up the wisdom of the regulars. So, I guess you could take lurkers as a compliment.
Just a little side note, U Mich actually has a room for teleconferencing set up that they tour as helpful with preliminary job interviews in far away states. Well, I don't actually know if they show it to potential law students, but it is there. Probably not standard, but there might be other schools with similar things.
What about D? The conclusion is wrong because knowing how many people believe politicians should resign ONLY if convicted and how many believe politicians should resign if they are indicated says nothing about how many people think politicians should resign if convicted. Therefore, information about "two different specific beliefs" are being used to support a conclusion about a third belief (how many people think politicians should resign if convicted).