The Law School Admission Game: Play Like an Expert
by Ann K Levine
||May 25, 2009
Law School Admission Tips and concrete advice for law school applicants from former director of law school admission.
Publisher - Law School Expert
Law School Admission Game
Whether you're applying to a top law school or just praying to get in anywhere, The Law School Admission Game: Play Like an Expert explains each piece of the process with candor and openness and answers the questions asked most frequently by law school applicantsi including:
- How do I decide which law schools to apply to?
- Why is the personal statement so important and what should I write about?
- How do I explain a low LSAT score?
- Who should write my letters of recommendation and what should they say about me?
- What can I do if I'm waitlisted at my first choice school?
For answrs to these questions and more, bring this premier law school admission coach into your living room through a book that feels like a private consulting session with the foremost expert on getting into your reach school.
This book is organized to introduce you to the major components of the law school admission process. It has three sections: Part I: Getting Started
This section provides an introduction to the law school admission process, including planning details for those applying more than one year in the future.
Part II: Applying to Law School
This section emphasizes the application and deciding where to apply.
Part III: Making a Decision
The final section provides food for thought about important considerations in choosing a law school and things to remember upon entering the legal profession.
Greg Shaffer, Esq., Coordinator of Pre-Law Advising, University of Maryland
A fantastic book for law school applicants. It is clear, concise, and easy to read. If I could take the hundreds of hours of advising I do a year and turn it into a manuscript, it would look pretty much just like this."
Linda Ashar, Author of "101 Ways to Score HIgher on Your LSAT"
"In the game of getting into law school, Ann Levine IS the expert and she generously shares the lesser known rules of the game in this book. Ms. Levine's book provides timely, valuable insight and good, practical advice for law school applicants."
Charles Roboski, Asst. Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, Michigan State University College of Law
Chock full of insights and suggestions...parallels my own experience of having reviewed more than 35,000 applications for admission to law school.
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