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I understand your concern with the grades, but if you have a high LSAT, some schools will definitely be willing to overlook the hard to understand GPA.
That being said, if you don't want to wait a year and you are set on going to law school, I think chapman definitely makes the most sense for you. Yes the starting salaries are low, but that is just a starting salary, and if you can build yourself up a good book of business in the persian community as you previously mentioned, you should have a good shot at making a good living.
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It's just a ridiculous question, IMO. Pick a place where you and your wife want to live, then choose a law school there. Not vice versa.
P.S. (edit): if you already have a degree in something was wildly marketable (compared to LS) as C.S., why go to LS at all?
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