Just got December LSAT scores back. Does anyone think it's too late to act on the following scenario:
-161/169 LSAT, 3.4 UGPA (t15 liberal arts, graduated in 2004)
-lots of extracurriculars since graduation
-law firm experience
-William & Mary (fee waiver)
-Brooklyn (fee waiver)
-Case Western (fee waiver)
-Temple (fee waiver)
(as you can see from this list, I'm assuming that schools will use my more recent, higher LSAT score.
At the end of the day I'd really like to end up in Boston, New York, or San Francisco. Ideally I would practice for 10 years or so, and then work my way into local politics.