As an admissions consultant, it feels like I’ve been asked millions of questions, and there are some that seem to come up time and time again. To answer some of these, I started blogging in 2006, and in 2009, I wrote my first book about Law School admissions. In 2011, I followed up that book with the Law School Decision Game, and then updated the Law School Admission Game with a 2nd edition in 2013, 3rd edition in 2017, and 4th edition in 2020 to address new admissions trends and the realities of the legal market in the new economy.
The Law School admissions process has been called everything from “bewildering” to “impenetrable,” with conflicting information available all across the web. Now in its second edition, I wrote this book to give simple, practical, easy-to-follow advice for anyone that has decided they want to pursue law school. Based on my experience and the experiences of my clients, this book will walk you through what works versus what’s myth when it comes to getting accepted to law school. Topics covered in the book include:
Law School is a big investment, and there are numerous factors that everyone should consider before making that investment. I wrote the Law School Decision Game to help people thinking about law school make smart, informed decisions. Drawing on my experience as a lawyer, law school admissions director, wife of a lawyer, and admissions consultant, as well as on the personal stories of the thousands of lawyers I’ve worked with over the years, this book covers basics such as: