« on: December 05, 2007, 10:17:33 AM »
Go to LSAC, then search for information on the law schools. ("Official Guide to ABA..." --> Alphabetical Search)
When you select a law school, two links to PDF documents on the right should come up. Select the second one (LAW SCHOOL DESCRIPTION) and on the bottom of the second page of that report there is usually a grid that lets you know how many students applied with your grades and how many of those students were accepted.
Not every school participates, but I would recommend you check through each school on your list.
For example, I pulled up Boston College for you:
LSAT 160-164/GPA 3.0-3.2
210 Applied, 17 were admitted. Only 3 were admitted with similar LSAT scores and GPAs below that range. Only 11 were admitted with lower LSAT, but similar GPA.
Bear in mind that at least some of those people probably had more impressive soft factors, URM status, difficult undergrad major at prestigious school, or a traumatic experience/health reason to mitigate the low GPA.