I posted this in the applications forum, but got no response. I figured someone over here may have a better idea-
First post here, but I've already gleaned alot from the board so thanks to all who contribute.
I know that law school admissions are based primarily on numbers with soft factors being secondary. So, all things being equal, if someone is applying to a school and is above the median or even in the 25th percentile of LSAT and GPA for said school, will having a professional designation like the CFP with 5 years of work experience help with an extra bump for admissions and/or scholarship? Anyone have any experience or knowledge in this arena?