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You have a good solid profile. The litigation consulting/valuation background will help you stand out, and your coaching and alumni work give you a solid extracurricular/community profile. You didn't mention leadership in your professional life, which is obviously a major factor, so that is one area of concern. Even assuming good leadership at work, your profile has little "sizzle" i.e., distinctiveness, so you will have to get in by projecting yourself as the hard-working, rock-solid, straight-shooting good guy that every B-school needs a few of. If you emphasize your leadership well in your essays and project an affable, engaging personality than you might have a shot at Chicago. Not sure your extracurriculars are strong enough for Kellogg but I'm not discouraging you from applying. NYU and Texas seem doable to me. Given your goals you could also consider USC, UNC, Emory, Georgetown.

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Thank you for your insight and advice Paul!

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