I have applied to law school for the 2008 admissions cycle and listed Cleveland Marshall College of Law (Part-Time program) as my first choice. I am applying through their Legal Career Opportunities Program because of GPA/LSAT issues. I dropped out of college in the '80's due to academic suspension and joined the military. After several years in the USAF, I worked for 12 years as a paramedic and other areas of health care before returning to college in 2003. I received my AAS degree in Respiratory Therapy with a UGPA of 3.46. I will graduate from SUNY-Brockport in Women and Gender Studies this December with a UGPA of 3.93. My calculated LSAC GPA however is 2.13 and my LSAT score is 145. I work full time as a respiratory therapist,accepted to the CLEO program last summer, and have a well rounded academic and professional resume at this point. Other than the LSAC GPA and LSAT score, I feel that I submitted a strong personal statement with addendum concerning my academic performance when first attending college, strong letters of recommendation, and had two campus visits to Cleveland-Marshall.
I also applied to University of Akron, Case Western Reserve University, University of Toledo, Capital University, and University of Buffalo.
Do you think I have a good chance of admission to any of the schools I applied to, especially Cleveland-Marshall(or CWRU) since I would really like to attend law school in the Cleveland area?
Thanks for your input.