30yo, and my undergrad wasn't great (just over a 3.0 overall) but I have two M.A.'s, one with honors in philosophy from a European (Dutch) university and another (3.9+)in Journalism from a public school in the states.
Worked in newspapers for a while, and am now looking to do a terminal program, preferably in either constitutional law/First Amendment work or a combination J.D. Ph.D. in journalism/communications.
Practice LSATs are in the high 160's low 170's range (171 for the last few, seems to be a trend)
Can anyone offer any advice as to where I can hope to get in, or where I should look? I'm willing to forego the Ph.D. for the right J.D. program that'll get me where I want to go (more interested in study than practice, teaching, but would love to wind up in a big city. D.C.'s the goal.)
Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.