This is my background:
I am a 27 year-old non-traditional student (no kids-thank God), and have been out of school for 4 years. I graduated from an all-women's college (with a bachelors in biology, did pre-med work). I was pre-med then, so I did research work at a medical school. After 3 years, I went off to dental school, but after a semester, I realized it wasn't what I really wanted (I know this sounds rather abrupt, but that's what happened) so I left. I am now heading towards the field of law (interested in health care, esp. women's health). I'm planning to apply this fall and looking at schools with solid health care law background, and schools in the east coast and midwest. One question is, how can I work my background to my advantage? My undergrad gpa isn't high (2.83-would they consider that i was a pre-med? and my UG was extremely competitive) and leaving dental school so early seems rather abrupt, but I am hoping that the admissions committee won't look at that in a negative light. Any advice would be great. Thanks.