Above The Law Run-down, Part 2
Here is the second installment of a summary of my Above the Law Career Files posts. (A link to the first installment is here)
In this post, I give wait-listed applicants advice about how to get off of a waitlist and into their dream school. I explain how schools categorize their waitlists and offer some ways to avoid common mistakes.
In this post, I provide a detailed check list for December LSAT-takers who want to submit their applications by mid-January. Use this list for some helpful tips about how to get your applications in quickly and effectively.
In this post, I explain how to prepare for different kinds of law school interviews in order to ensure you make the most of any interview opportunity.
In this post, I share some general thoughts about how to approach applying to and attending law school. From articulating your reasons for going to really committing yourself once you get there, this post is useful for anyone figuring out how to approach the decision to attend law school.
In this post, I provide 7 tips for getting the most out of an LSAC forum or law school recruiting event. I cover how to prepare, how to follow up, and everything in between.
In this post, three non-traditional applicants share their thoughts about applying to law school, choosing a law school, and using their law degrees. These now-lawyers explain how attending law school later in life with diverse experiences can present some unexpected benefits and challenges.
In this post, I explain how to make the most of the summer before applying to law school. In addition to developing an LSAT strategy, you should talk to lawyers and law students so you can better define your own goals.
In this post, I describe law schools’ scholarship trends, and share some examples of law students who heavily weighed scholarship options when choosing their law school.
In this post, I provide some useful, lesser-known tips about each component of a law school application, from making the most of your resume to deciding how you should approach any addenda.
In this post, I give 5 tips for savvy law school applicants to increase their chances of admission while saving money along the way.
In this post, I debunk 3 common law school admission myths: 1) applying earlier is always better; 2) taking the LSAT three times is bad; and 3) it’s easy to transfer to a top school after 1L.
In this post, I provide 8 tips for writing an effective law school personal statement. I give concrete ideas about how to effectively approach the writing process and ultimately find your authentic voice.
Ann Levine is the author of the best selling law school admission guide book: The Law School Admission Game and made admissions decisions at two ABA-approved law schools. In 2004 she founded Law School Expert and has helped thousands of applicants navigate the tough process to get into law school.
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