I just wanted to thank you for everything you did for me this past cycle. I definitely had no clue going into the application season what it would be like. But, you were there every step of the way whether it was LSAT retake advice, school selection, and countless edits of 30 essays.
When great news came in you were a great cheerleader and when bad news came in, you were an even better one.
Going to UT Austin on a nearly full ride at the beginning of my application journey seemed out of reach. Thanks to your efforts, it’s a reality.
Thank you so much for all your hard work this cycle. Your guidance on all my addenda, crafting my personal statement and resume, quick answer times and your ability to answer all my little (and at times anxious) questions, made this application process so easy and painless. I never thought I would get into my dream school and I attribute so much of it to you.
I have had the privilege to work with Ann not once but twice! I first worked with Ann when applying to law school right out of college; I had the GPA and scores to attend the same university that I had gone to for undergrad (ranked in the mid 70s). If not for Ann, there is no way I would have been able to secure the $75,000 scholarship I received! After my first year, I reached back out to Ann to advise me on transferring law schools. She helped me frame myself and my 1L grades in a compelling way that secured my seat at a top 5 law school for this coming fall.
I wanted to thank you for your incredible help and support! It has been over a year now of us working together, and there are truly no words that can express my gratitude towards your efforts and cooperation. My case has been very different and untraditional compared to everyone else’s, but with your help, I was able to make it!
After writing dozens of optional essays, LOCI’s, and other additional documents for my application, I got accepted to GWU, Emory, and William and Mary, schools at the beginning of our journey that were not options.
Ann, thank you for your help and guidance. I was admitted as a transfer student to UF Law! Applying as a transfer student is hard enough and you helped make the process simple and smooth. I was accepted in less than 2 weeks to my top choice. You helped me show my strengths and communicate who I am as a student and professional in my personal statement.
Thank you for all your help throughout this law school process. You truly made it easier than I ever thought was possible.
Since I graduated, I felt lost and devastated about my low LSAT scores. I recall one of our first phone calls— and I completely broke down. Through your advice and guidance you gave me hope again that I will always appreciate.
After taking the LSAT two times, I decided to stick with my highest score of 167 even though I had high T-14 aspirations. Ann kept it real and told me that while my 3.9 GPA would help, it would be hard and maybe even unlikely. Bearing this in mind, she helped me create the strongest application possible, sometimes telling me to scrap entire essays because they simply didn’t work. Now, at the end of my cycle, I have been accepted to several T-14 schools including Duke, Northwestern, UC Berkeley, UVA, and my dream school- NYU.
Ann was a tremendous help navigating a very stressful process. I had a decent LSAT score and a strong GPA, but I was lost when it came to crafting my applications for law school. She created a calendar with goals that broke the process down into smaller parts which made everything feel a lot more manageable even while I was working on a very stressful political campaign.
ANN, ANN, ANN! You are an absolute QUEEN. With my LSAT score of 159, my dream of going to Berkeley Law was completely out of reach until I met you. Your guidance and ability to push me to create an application that was uniquely me was unparalleled.