So depending on where you plan on practicing you would go to the highest ranked Law Firm in that area? Or was it based on preferred weather conditions and the vicinity to large cities?
NYCK, where are you going to UG?
oh right UG admissions are non-rolling and much slower. In that sense, some of us LS applicants should really stop complaining about "slow" LS decisions.
NYCK, you're really counting your chickens before they hatch with all this law school stuff. Get the best grades you can in college when you even get there, and then junior year start thinking about the LSAT and which schools you should apply to. Odds are your academic record (especially after you've got an LSAT score) will cut your choices way the hell down for you.