d34dluk3 wrote:patrickd139 wrote:First, your story is very inspiring. What you have achieved with your advancement in your currant company is fantastic. That's the good news.
The bad news is that LSAC does in fact do what they do, and there's not a lot you can do to raise your UGPA. And with a GPA that low, getting into the very top law schools is going to require an LSAT that (for 99%+ of the population) is impossible to get. You may not need to get into one of those schools to fulfill your career aspirations though. Which brings me to...
Why do you want to leave the security that you have with what seems like a legitimate career to go to law school?
A URM would be hard pressed to get T14 with 2.3/180. He's not, there's not a chance in hell he gets it.
pretty sure 2.3/180 with managerial w/e would be a lock at northwestern