Hey peoples. I'm still around. Excitement ensues in the werbz household.
I went ahead and remained on the Case waitlist--even though the chances would be slim on having the cash to go there if they take me.
Besides that, I registered to take the LSAT this October, purchased a couple more books, and am dreading practicing (again). I'll probably apply with Stetson again for the spring, but I figured I might as well take the LSAT again and see what happens. Who knows, maybe my score will increase so much that someone will pay for it! Doubtful!
The only thing that sucks is I really dislike where I am (work), and I want to get crack'n on this legal business. I've thought about volunteering as a guardian ad litem (http://www.vfcgal.org/
). I haven't really decided what kind of law I want to go into, but I'm considering criminal and figured this might help me decide (and be something I can mention on my applications).
Has anyone here done this? Insider skinny, thoughts, impressions?