Law School Admission Strategy Sessions: Can You Relate?
Nathan Fox , author of Cheating the LSAT, and I have now hosted three strategy sessions to help individual law school applicants with their pressing LSAT and law school application questions. These podcasts are each 30 minutes and are FREE! You can listen online or download them from iTunes.
Over the last month, we spoke to:
Mer, who is looking to attend law school on scholarship and is struggling with practice LSAT scores in the high 140s. I spoke with her about (among other things) the dangers of centering her personal statement around the area of law she hopes to practice.
Jessica, who was a college athlete and is a student of color who transferred colleges and whose resume needed a lot of my tips and suggestions. (This one has some issues with my headset so feel free to read the transcript, but forgive its imperfections too!).
Sean, who has a terrible (2.3) GPA that will require an addendum to his law school applications (although he is worried about making excuses, he has great reasons for a low GPA), is 5 years out of college, and is hoping to go from a 160 to a 170 on the LSAT.
If you found these helpful, please let us know and we can schedule future sessions. If you’d like to be considered to be our next victim, please leave a comment below and tell us why you’d be a good candidate.
All of these issues, and more, will be addressed in The Law School Admission Game, Second Edition, so keep an eye out for the upcoming release date!
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. She has been featured in publications such as the New York Times, US News, Above the Law, Blueprint Prep, and more.
Get a free consultation with Ann on your own law school admissions journey today.