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Answering Your Questions
I arrange my entire life to ensure that I am available for clients nearly 24/7. Via chat, phone, or online, you’ll always hear directly from me, not an employee or sub-contractor.
Applications That Work
Admissions applications also serve as 1L scholarship applications, and in 2014 alone, my clients were offered over $2.7 million worth of scholarships.
I do not believe in cookie-cutter solutions. For every package, from the Strategy Session to the full Works package, I customize a step-by-step plan for your goals and resources.
A True Admissions Expert
I know Law Admissions. I have a JD degree, made admissions decisions for 2 ABA-approved law schools, have written 2 bestselling books on law admissions, and have coached more than 2,000 applicants through the admissions process. My clients indicate that my services pay for themselves in results, peace of mind, and scholarship offers.
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"As other testimonials have indicated, the decision to hire a consultant is a difficult one, and I was certainly reluctant to believe that a consulting service would be worth the price. However, having worked with Ann I can say that her service is not only worth the cost, it is absolutely invaluable. … Continue reading →"
"Most importantly, Ann helped me realize what I could uniquely contribute to law schools. I believe that Ann was integral to my success and she is the weapon you need to come out on top. … Continue reading →"
"I want to extend a GIANT thank you to you. You have been so incredible throughout this process, and I could not have done this without you! I sincerely appreciate all of your time and effort, and the lengths to which you went to make sure I was on track and presenting my best self in my applications. You were my mirror when I needed it, telling me what worked and what did not (especially in my many, many personal statement drafts) and giving me honest feedback on every piece of my application. … Continue reading →"
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