Accepted to University of Oregon!

I wanted to let you know that I was accepted by the University of Oregon! I am really excited about returning to Oregon next year! I don’t think I could have done it without your help! … Continue reading →

More than Just a Smart Investment

Ann, there are some things, like LSAT prep books, that any prospective law school applicant knows they should invest in. To me, you undoubtedly belong in that category.

But you are more than just a smart investment — you care about your clients and that shows. You prepped me so well for my Harvard interview, which I had been very nervous about. On the day of the interview, I was ready for every question that was asked, all due to your prep. When I reported the decisions as they came in, you cared deeply and celebrated with me!

The fact that I’m able to say with a straight face that I got into Harvard Law is insane, and it’s all thanks to you. For that and for everything else, I will be eternally grateful. … Continue reading →

Early Decision into Penn!

Just wanted to say thanks for your help – I ED’d into Penn a few days ago (and got into Michigan and Emory a few hours later, before I was able to withdraw). 

Really appreciated your assistance throughout this process: my numbers being what they were, no doubt in my mind that the personal statement etc is what pushed me over the line. And we know what it looked like before you went through it! … Continue reading →

Non-Traditional Student Success!

Having graduated from undergrad 10+ years ago with a less-than-stellar GPA, I didn’t think I’d be a viable candidate for any law school, let alone my absolute dream school. The law school application process seemed overwhelming and daunting, and I really needed someone to walk me through each step to ensure that my application was as strong as possible given my numbers. Ann’s knowledge and support has been a vital asset throughout the entirety of my application cycle. … Continue reading →

HLS with Only a GRE Score!

Hi Ann

I just got into HLS~!!!!

And earlier, I was fortunate to haven accepted by NYU and Georgetown as well, both in their first waves.

Thank you for all your help, support, and guidance that made all this real!!
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There Every Step of the Way!

I wanted to take the opportunity to say thank you, and tell you how much I appreciated your help in getting me through the law school process. You made the process much easier, and I was never worried that I would get into law school because you were there every step of the way and had enough confidence for the both of us when mine was lacking. The first semester of law school at St. John’s has been one of the most challenging things I have ever encountered—nothing has compared to the amount of reading I’ve had to do and the amount of brain power I’ve had to use in these last 4 months … Continue reading →

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 →