I Got into Georgetown Law Today!

Hi Ann,

I got into Georgetown Law today! I applied early binding decision and received a letter from Dean Cornblatt this afternoon.

Thanks so much for your help! I truly think that my personal statement was what pushed me over the edge. … Continue reading →

I Got into My Top Choice – NYU!

Hi Ann, I just wanted to let you know that I got into NYU! I don’t know about financial aid yet but it’s still a huge relief to know I’m in at my top choice. Thank you so much for your help with my personal statement. Your feedback really helped me turn my non-traditional background into a cohesive narrative. The application process would have been far more stressful without you! I’ll send you another update once I have all my results. So far I’m also in at Duke (no scholarship info yet) and I had an interview with Harvard … Continue reading →

Crazy Good News – Accepted to Georgetown!

I got some crazy good news tonight and received my acceptance to Georgetown! The letter came in a deceivingly small envelope and I was prepared to rip off the band-aid of rejection and was shocked to see the word “Congratulations!”. As you know, my numbers were well below their medians and Georgetown was a long shot.  … Continue reading →

I am Literally Living My Dream Right Now

HOLY HELL, law school is legit. I love it. I love it so much, Ann. I love torts and I love civil procedure and I love legal writing. (Contracts can go eff itself, frankly). 

All of that notwithstanding, I want to thank you so much for the work you did with me and for me to get me to this point. Ann, I am literally living my dream right now. And I’m in law school because you and your team gave me the best of you so that I could show the admissions committees the best of me. 

If I can give your clients one tip for their experience with you it is, in ALL CAPS, LISTEN TO ANNLEVINE. If Ann tells you to hold off and study more for your LSAT, hold off and study more for your LSAT. If Ann tells you to tell one compelling story in your personal statement, tell one compelling story. … Continue reading →

Easily One of the Best Decisions of My Life

I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart for all hard work that you put into getting me into Pitt Law on an amazing scholarship! I wouldn’t have considered Pittsburgh had you not suggested it. I really enjoy it here, and can see how miserable I would’ve been in a college town. … Continue reading →

The Best Investment in our Son’s Education

We would like to share with you that our son was accepted to Duke Law in North Carolina.  He was accepted within four days of submitting his application.  He started school last week and is extremely happy, even though the program is intense and demanding.  We are thankful that I found your information online and that you were able to assist him with the process.  … Continue reading →

So Glad I Had You to Guide Me

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 →

Really Helped Me Tell My Story

I went from thinking I wouldn’t be admitted anywhere to this! (I was accepted to UC Irvine, UC Davis, UC Hastings, Pepperdine, Loyola, and Santa Clara while being waitlisted at Arizona State and Vanderbilt.) I just wanted to say thank you for all of your advice, guidance, and support. … Continue reading →

Surpassed All of My Expectations

Your guidance really changed the outcome of my situation and I wanted to express my gratitude. The time you took to help me work through translating my military experience into something an admission committee would value in their legal program surpassed all of my expectations. … Continue reading →