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Profiles & Essays of Successful African American Law School Applicants
by Evangeline M. Mitchell   

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Books by Evangeline M. Mitchell
· Conquering the Bar Exam
· The African American Law School Survival Guide
· The African American Pre-Law School Advice Guide: Things You Really Need to Know Before Applying to Law School
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Publisher:  Hope's Promise Publishing ISBN-10:  0967930316


Interested in embarking upon the highly competitive law school admissions process but don’t know what kind of people law schools are looking for? Start here!

An empowering, practical and concrete admissions help resource that actually shows aspiring law students models of what others have done to make themselves outstanding candidates and eventually successfully admitted law students in a fiercely competitive law school admissions process!

These phenomenal models of excellence featured serve as inspiration and motivation to those striving to be as competitive as possible at a time when getting into law school is tougher than ever. If prospective law students read this book and seek to emulate and surpass the exemplary accomplishments of these impressive examples in their own individual ways, they are destined to become successful law school applicants as well!

Hope's Promise Publishing

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Quest to Demystify . . .Taken Another Giant Leap
“Mitchell’s quest to demystify and to simplify the law school admissions process for African Americans has just taken another giant leap with the publishing of Profiles & Essays of Successful African American Law School Applicants. Africans in America have had a long and complex history with the American legal system. Those leaders who have had the courage to turn the system on its head, in an effort to improve the conditions of African Americans, endured tremendous challenges, including access to law school. With this book, through wise and measured advice, a diversity of profiles, essays and perspectives, and a “boat load” of useful information, Mitchell empowers the readers (prospective law students) to meet the challenges of law school admissions head-on. In this era of attacks on access to quality education, one who is serous about acceptance into the best law schools would do well to read all of the profiles, essays and advice contained within this volume.” Timothy E. Sams, Assistant Dean and Director of The Black Cultural Center, Swarthmore College

Incredible Public Service
“Evangeline Mitchell has graciously shared her own experiences and enlisted the knowledge of 75 talented African American law students and several admissions officers to create a work that will prove invaluable for all, especially African Americans, interested in pursuing legal study. The true beauty of this work is that it grants access to an abundance of information that is often veiled in the competitive admissions environment. This volume is an incredible public service to potential law students, from high school prodigies who are now plotting their path to law school to those who are considering a change later in their career path. The advice that Evangeline and her colleagues present in this book will no doubt prove to be the launching pad for the dreams and legal careers of those who glean the wisdom and inspiration from these pages.” Richard J. Reddick, Editor, Harvard Educational Review and Co-Author of A New Look at Black Families, Fifth Edition

Another Dimension to Diversity Initiatives
“Profiles & Essays is a meticulous and thorough compilation of the excellence, tenacity and dedication that applicants need in order to be successful in their endeavor to matriculate into law school. The personal essays compiled in this invaluable text demonstrate exactly how the variety of experiences and worldviews of African American applicants can elevate the level of analysis in class discussion and, ultimately, enhance the ability of the legal profession to solve social problems. If prospective applicants were to make only one investment in pre-law material Profiles & Essays should be the one, because the stories contained here connect all the dots between the applicants’ academic and life experiences and their assertion that they can succeed in law school. Precisely because the applicants profiled in Mitchell’s work have been successful, these essays can show prospective applicants how to convince admission committees of their ability to succeed in law school. The breadth of these profiles is exhaustive and wonderfully refreshing in its demonstration that diversity initiatives and excellence operate in tandem. Kudos to Mitchell for adding another dimension to diversity initiatives in legal education.” Felice Robinson, J.D., Pre-Law Coordinator, Council on Legal Education Opportunity (CLEO), American Bar Association

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Reviewed by Mark Rockeymoore 9/28/2005
Good luck, Evangeline. And WELCOME to the authorsden.

Books by
Evangeline M. Mitchell

Conquering the Bar Exam

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The African American Law School Survival Guide

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Profiles & Essays of Successful African American Law School Applicants

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The African American Pre-Law School Advice Guide: Things You Really Need to Know Before Applying to Law School

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