I was thinking seriously about going to law school, and wanted to check with the crew here to see if anyone had any thoughts or experience on being accepted, LSAT's, or anything else that might be pertinant.
I'm 33, white, have a BS in CS with a 2.75 GPA, which I know isn't so hot. What I think will work in my favor is the LSAT. I'm a king when it comes to standardized tests, especially those invloving logic, reason, and reading comprehension. So far of the few practice LSAT's I've taken, my score has not been below an 84% (I'm not sure how that translates to the 120-180 range).
I'm thinking with my GPA I'll need to score around 165-170 to get accepted at the University of Buffalo. A few things I do have in my corner is that I can get a number of letters of recommendation from former alumni of the UB legal program, including a former DA and a current NYS assemblyman.
Anyone have any thoughts or advice?
Thanks in advance.