I'm applying to law schools for the 2011/12 academic year. My grades and LSAT score combined with my internships and life experience make me a competitive candidate for some of the top 20 law schools in the USA. During and after my undergraduate degree, I have made money as an independent male escort. I live in a place where such practices are totally legal, for both parties involved in the transaction. I wanted to know if it is at all possible to discuss, even briefly, this fact in my personal statement or CV. I initially engaged in this line of work because of financial hardship, but went on to greatly appreciate the experience and the amazing people I have met thanks to escorting. It is a profession that demands a particular sort of personality; one that is socially intuitive, not to mention conversational and able to engage with people from all walks of life. I am proud of this aspect of my life story and feel strongly that, all prejudices aside, it demonstrates some of my strengths both as a person and as an aspiring lawyer. I would like to know from anyone that has any inside knowledge of the admissions process if it is ever possible to bring this up without sending your application directly to the junk heap.