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Thanks for the response.  I received feedback from another board that it appeared that I was being lazy and asking others to do my HW.  I hope I did not send this impression here. By saying NY, DC and Florida, I thought it was obvious that I was looking at Fordham, Cordoza, Brooklyn, St. John's, American, GW, Miami, UF, Nova, etc.  Being that I'm the only one I know applying right now, it gets difficult to know if you're applying to the right schools when it's possible certain things that are evaluated more for 22 yolds may or may not matter to me.  I was also interested to see if anyone offered a school I should apply to that I may not have considered....


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Law School Admissions / Re: Where will I be accepted?
« on: December 30, 2004, 09:37:19 AM »
I'm not looking for anyone to do my work for me.  I thought by stating NY, DC and Florida, it would be inferred that I was looking at Fordham, Cordoza, Brooklyn, St. John's, American, GW, Miami, UF, Nova, etc without making a long post any longer.  I appreciate your response, and apologize if it appeared that I was being lazy. 

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Hello, I placed the posting below on the general board and only received a web site link.  I'm hoping to get some further insight from those who have more in common that are going throught the process as older applicants....


I'm a 30 year old white male decided to pursue the law degree that I decided not to pursue after a very mediocre undergrad track record (3.0 GPA, 2.8 LSDAS adjusted?, University of Florida).  I have a very solid resume that includes the sales and management of multi-million dollar projects and management of staff in various businesses with significant legal exposure.  Currently, I am launching a new division of a property/facilities management organization.

In terms of LSAT, I got a 153 in October, which was far below my diagnostic tests.  I retook the test in December and received a 163.  My recommendations are all non-academic from senior level executives that I have either done business with or have worked for.

My objective is practice law in either New York, Florida, or Washington, DC.  Any help that anyone can lend into where they think I may be accepted or rejected will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance....


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Law School Admissions / Where will I be accepted?
« on: December 30, 2004, 08:34:08 AM »
I am hoping that someone can lend some insight into my chances for admission.  First, a bit about me:

I'm a 30 year old white male decided to pursue the law degree that I decided not to pursue after a very mediocre undergrad track record (3.0 GPA, 2.8 LSDAS adjusted?, University of Florida).  I have a very solid resume that includes the sales and management of multi-million dollar projects and management of staff in various businesses with significant legal exposure.  Currently, I am launching a new division of a property/facilities management organization.

In terms of LSAT, I got a 153 in October, which was far below my diagnostic tests.  I retook the test in December and received a 163.  My recommendations are all non-academic from senior level executives that I have either done business with or have worked for.

My objective is practice law in either New York, Florida, or Washington, DC.  Any help that anyone can lend into where they think I may be accepted or rejected will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance....


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