Enter your GPA, enter your LSAT and get your chances at every law school. Somewhat unreliable, as the data is a couple years old and things get more competitive every year. So knock 15-20% off the chances that chiashu gives you.
I guess I finally figured out the pattern of posting here at LSD, and I think it goes like this:
June-July: "I just got my June LSAT score, what schools should I apply to?"
August-September: "Almost all my apps are ready, can anyone recommend a few more schools?"
October-November: Some "Here's everywhere I applied to" and some "I took the October LSAT, can I still get into these schools?"
December-January: First decisions start trickling in
February-March: Biggest run of decisions
April-May: "Help me pick between School X, School Y, and School Z"
Maybe someone that's been around for multiple admissions cycles can tell me if that's correct.