Hi, I am new to the board so forgive me if I ask a repetitive question here, but this site just seems too helpful to not ask.
I am currently a Junior at The Citadel in Charleston, SC. I have a little over a 3.2 cumulative. I have not yet taken the LSAT, but will in June and obviously plan on doing well. However, I am originally from Louisville and would like to go to law school there, and I believe my grades and a decent score should get me in. To complicate it, I will be accepting a commission into the Army when I graduate and any school will do to get me into the JAG Corps.
Here is my question:
Is attending a school that I truly want to be at, such as Louisville, that is not as highly reputed, going to hurt me after my time in the Army? Or will the offsetting experience from my Army time even it out? I know there is no definitive answer here, but any opinions would be appreciated.
problem is, most people here (me included) are just a bunch of regular old twenty-somethings. There are three or four veterans around here, and I think one or two AF jag interns, but besides that this crowd is only going to be able to give you uninformed bs at best. If I were you I would speak to officials in the Army instead of people here.