Wow, BC is my top choice law school. In Boston, but, not the same urban campus as BU. I actually have a few questions:1. What are the specialty fields? I'm thinking I either want to focus on entertainment law, family law or international. 2. What kind of people do you think attend BC. I'm sure a wide variety - but, are there any stereo types that could tell me something about how I would fit in?3. Now the tricky part. I don't think I'll ever be accepted. I'm in my junior year at Case Western, and overall I only have a 3.0 and a 159 on the LSAT. However, this was mostly due to a bad fist semester. I've had a 3.2-3.4 since that first semester, and am probably going to continue to raise my GPA (I should get at least a 3.6 this semester). Also, Case doesn't give +/-'s, so, I'd probably have a 3.5 were it not for that. Although, I don't know if any school is going to take my word for it that I would have had B+'s if the school offered them. So, I'm guessing that won't help me at all. Is BC good at looking at all of these circumstances, or should I just start looking for another dream school?
Hi, since you all are answering questions...I'm currently a junior at a fellow Jesuit university and was wondering if BC gives any preference to thsese schools (I've always heard of the Jesuits looking after their own). Thanks!
I'm in the same boat at Tess R but maybe just not quite as non-traditional since I'm not married nor a parent. I will be older than many incoming students, though. Ending my 20's. Is it a very straight-from-college feel to your 1L group? Also, yeah, same question with those Boston big firm prospects.
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