chargers21 wrote:You're going to struggle with reading comprehension, friend. I was mostly correcting your clearly erroneous paraphrasing. I admit that he gave the obvious answer, but you misstated that he said that you "had to have" a degree a from those schools. We've given you some deeper answers as far as other schools that will help you towards a very unlikely outcome. I'd recommend a religious/conservative law school because the constitutional law courses and networks at them will be geared towards what you want to do.
But now you're offering me LSAT advice. I haven't even had a chance to make an LSAT thread yet but maybe I will later. "Given me deeper advice," Regent, Ave Maria, are you kidding me? There are some very well-known law blogs that suggest not even thinking about law school without a full ride to a top 20 school. What makes you think I would consider applying to one of those schools? Especially when I can get into something better. I know my GPA is low, but I plan to make up for it with a high LSAT, high being relative since your high may be much better than my high.