Free Law School Application Webinar

It’s true. I’m offering a FREE 1-hour webinar to readers of Frugal Law Student entitled“I’ve taken the LSAT; Now What?”You have two opportunities to participate:Click here to sign up for the Saturday, August 4 (9 a.m. PST/Noon EST) webinarClick here to sign up for the Wednesday, August 8 (5 p.m. PST/8 p.m. EST) webinar I

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How to Succeed in Law School

One of my favorite clients from this year who is packing up to attend George Mason School of Law sent me this e-mail yesterday: “about what kind of time commitment *is* law school, in practice, to succeed (by my definition, “succeed” meaning be in the top 15 or 10% of the class)?” My answer was:

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Taking the LSAT

Austin at CALI pre-law blog has posted some useful LSAT advice today here. However, I’d like to make a few points about his comments based on my training of evaluating what an LSAT score says about someone and what it does not:1. I’m a fairly bright person and I did very well in law school

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List: Best Law School Admission Books

I don’t believe in “one size fits all” advice for law school applications. However, there are a few books out there more worthwhile than most. You can read my reviews of these on Amazon. Ann LevineAnn Levine is the author of the best selling law school admission guide book: The Law School Admission Game and

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Is it worth going to an LSAC Forum Event?

With the D.C. forum approaching, this is a popular question. Basically, the LSAC forum consists of 200 tables staffed by various people from most of the country’s law schools. Some are directors of admission, some are students, some are financial aid officers, some are professors who know nothing about admissions but just want an all-expenses-paid

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Frugal Law Student Blog – Check it out

Another law student with a great attitude, especially about making law school financially feasible, is Brett McKay of frugal law student fame. He has some good tips, and his blog happily avoids the negativity I see so much in writing by pre-law and law students. I also want to give a shout out to Erik

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