Law School Expert Hits Post #200!!!!
This marks my 200th blog post on LawSchoolExpert! (That deserves an exclamation point, right?) It’s been an amazing year and I want to thank all of my readers. Your comments and e-mails motivate me to keep writing, even when I’m knee-deep in law school personal statements.
In celebration of this occasion (and the holiday weekend which begins in a few hours) I’d like to point out my 5 very favorite Law School Expert topics:
1. Any and all posts written by my former law school admission consulting clients, including this one about “T-14 Not Necessary for BigLaw“
2. I want to help law applicants keep things in perspective during this stressful process, and this is one post I like to re-read when things seem unruly.
3. I get the most encouraging e-mails from readers when I post tangible tips for success in law school applications. You guys seem to love when I tell you what mistakes to look for before submitting your law school applications and common mistakes made on law school applications.
4. Taking the LSAT and Re-taking the LSAT – these issues are HUGE for my readers. In fact I have posted 22 times on various LSAT issues.
5. The only subject more popular than the LSAT is law school rankings with 23 posts. I do enjoy helping people keep things in perspective on this issue. Rankings have a purpose, but unless you know there are limits to the rankings then the importance of a school’s ranking can be vastly over-emphasized.
Thank you for joining me for the last 200 posts, and please let me know what I can do in the future to keep your interest!
Have a wonderful labor day, even though this means it’s officially fall and time to start applying for law school for Fall 2009 admission.
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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