Undergraduate GPA low (particularly LSDAS) due to a significant health condition that I had throughout my undergraduate, but that was corrected in my first year of graduate school. This was noted in my extenuating circumstances addendum.
My LSAT score was also noted in the extenuating circumstances document as I am in the middle of highly public, documented legal proceedings. The proceedings stem from being sexually assaulted by one of my graduate school professors (which has been substantiated). I had an unexpected call right before the LSAT that was quite disruptive.
While the two most crucial scoring elements are definitely working against me, my soft application elements are strong. I have a Master's Degree and my GPA in that (highly competitive) program was a 3.79. I also have 15 years of significant work experience following the completion of my graduate degree. I was a VP who led a multi million dollar business and am a published author (of a book).
Those who wrote my LORs sent me copies and they are specific, strong, and strategic.
Vanderbilt is my first choice, but most definitely a massive longshot if they rely on my (20 year old) undergraduate GPA and the LSAT score despite the addendum, so I'm hoping someone takes an interest in my writing, resume, and LORs.