Sweet sweet queer theory! Can you elaborate about why it wouldn't be so great to be queer @ Cardozo? I will press my Outlaw boy too, thanks for the advice!
That's cool how you referenced a case.
I'm so far from the end of my tether right now that I reckon I could knit myself some socks with the slack.
Oh and has anyone else the latent or not so latent heterosexism/homophioba of LSN; so strange.
Mike suggested I post here sooo here I am. Im 24, gay, living in boston, currently teaching high school, and applying for admission this cycle. My school list spans almost the entirety tier one--- I was scoring 175-178 on practice lsat exmas, but am not too confident on my performance on the Spetember LSAT----so I really havent narrowed my field yet. I actually have NYU and the University of Denver on my list--clearly I need the LSAT score to come back. Does anyone have suggetions to schools I should be looking at? Im not sure what type of law I would like to practice--Ive considered LGBT legal advocacy but am not sure that its for me. My UGPA was a 3.68 LSAT...uhmmmmmm Ill let you know in a week and a half. Id like to spend the next three years in a relatively tolerant urban area--Ill be moving from Boston and don't really want too much of a culture shock.Also, it might be cool to figure out who some of you are beyond your avatarsHope all is well. Oh and has anyone else the latent or not so latent heterosexism/homophioba of LSN; so strange.
Quote from: Bouzie1982 on October 12, 2006, 05:25:02 PMOh and has anyone else the latent or not so latent heterosexism/homophioba of LSN; so strange.Not-so-latent, and both. It's nice to see someone acknowledge it, Bouzie.
I was pretty surprised by the lack of LGBT applicants posting to the board as well. Perhaps they're all just sick of bickering. Where is your first choice? Your numbers are amazing, congratulations on all of the hard work that IM sure it took to achieve them. I have been considering schools in California, but like you said, its nigh on impossible to tell where I have a shot until the LSAT score comes back. Ive been looking at Boalt and UCLA if my scores are where I'd like them to be, USC if they're a bit below. I'd love to be in San francisco but Hastings doesn't look too impressive. What are your feelings about LA? I haven't heard many positives.