dear web journal,
studying for the LSAT (and spanish, but that's another story) is back to full force. and because it is a year or so away, i've got to start thinking about where i'll be attending law school.
i've got one small advantage being a minority, which is also coupled with fairly good grades and some nice letters of recommendation. the results of the LSAT will play a really big part in where i can fall on the map, though. but here is the list of schools i am interested in:
-washington university, st. louis
-university of minnesota, twin cities
-university of illinois, urbana-champaign
-university of new mexico
-university of oregon
-university of san diego
-university of arkansas
naturally, i am not applying to ALL of those. i hope to get some application fees waived, but not all of them will be so generous. and let's face it, at an average of $50 a pop, that's a lot of money when you add it all up.
but i would like some help considering the list above. karl needs to live where they're still developing and/or have city planning positions and that naturally plays into my choice of school. my personal requirements are: to go to a fairly good school with an immigration law program. as i write this, i really miss california and i would love the chance to go back. but that goes back and forth.
so, do you know anything about any of these schools? do you have a suggestion that's off this list that i should consider? help!
(oh yeah, and because i obviously needed a distraction, we bought a wii this weekend)