Does it put you a favorable or unfavorable position? Or does it matter at all? I think there are two schools of thought here - 1) The school wants to expand its overall alumni base in order to gain more alumni donations, thus putting you at a disadvantage, or 2) The school wants to create uber-loyal graduates who are twice as likely to give, thus giving you a extra boost.Of course, it may not matter one bit, just as long as you're in the LSAT range. Thoughts?
practiceboy where do you go to school if you dont mind sharing?
Quote from: jd2009 on November 02, 2005, 10:15:57 PMpracticeboy where do you go to school if you dont mind sharing?An Ivy with a Law School, to which I'm not applying (that really narrows it down...)