My question concerns the difficulty in being admitted to top-tier LLM's. I'm just now starting to think about obtaining an LLM. I went to law school as an "older student" and single mother with a baby and a toddler in tow. I'm licensed in my small state, and I'm applying for judicial clerkships and "regular" jobs as an attorney right now.

I graduated in the top third of my class (though not "cum laude") with a B+ average; I was on a law journal/review; I was in a clinic; and, I had one federal and one state judicial externship. However, I went (on scholarship) to a second-tier law school.

I'm curious to know difficult is it to be admitted to an LLM to a top-tier school with the above credentials? The LLM's I'm interested in include (1) internet and copyright LLM's, (2) Health Law LLM's, and (3) constitutional law LLM's.

Thank you in advance for any information.