Tune in on Monday (August 3rd) at 7:30 p.m. EST/4:30 p.m. PST for my next Law School Expert Blog Talk Radio Show. We’ll be speaking with three entering 1L students about what they know now about the law school application process, and what they wish they’d known a year ago when they began. I’m sure
This isn’t my normal kind of blog post, but I spent Wednesday night and Thursday in Los Angeles to attend a conference and I’m inspired by the people I met. I want to share the highlights of what I learned that might be relevant to law school hopefuls (or really to anyone building a career).
I’ve been on twitter for a while, and I encourage you to follow me there. Sometimes I find great blog posts and information to forward to others that I can’t always make time to formally blog about here. Sometimes you might also learn about my activities unrelated to law school admission, but for the most
I get versions of this question almost every day of the week. I want to thank J. for agreeing to allow me to address this question in a blog format. I think that the response will benefit many readers of my blog, even if it’s not the news people were hoping to hear. “I’m wondering
(This post was originally from 2009 but remains one of the most popular Law School Expert posts of all time, so I’m updating it a bit below in 2019 – an oldie but a goodie). FOR MORE INFORMATION Listen to The Law School Admission Game: Play Like an Expert Chapter 14: Pursuing a Waiting List on
I received this great question on the old blog and thought it should be a post of its own on my new blog, so here goes: “I have a question that no one has asked. I may be the only one with the nerve. My UGPA is 2.6 – and yes, I have a learning
Ok, what is the deal with these? I know I’m supposed to be answering the questions and not asking them, but they just started really appearing on the scene a few years ago and schools are incredibly inconsistent about what they mean by them, when you need one, whether or not there’s a form, who
My husband came up with a name for a syndrome I’m seeing a lot of right now – “Application Panic Syndrome.” There are many specific (and cumulative) causes of APS, including: 1. Seeing the LSAC common application form. 2. Trying to remember every job you’ve ever held and how many hours you worked when you