I am so excited to announce the release today of the 4th edition of my bestselling law school admission guidebook, The Law School Admission Game: Play Like an Expert.
This is fully up to date with information on recent changes to the LSAT, LSATFlex, and use of the GRE in law school admissions. It includes even more examples of case studies of applicants, successful law school personal statements and diversity statements, instructions on how and whether to write addenda, and how to create a resume for law school applications that highlights your strengths.
In the book I also cover:
- How to choose where to apply
- How to evaluate strengths and weaknesses in your candidacy and what to do about them.
- How the law schools evaluate your application
- How to prepare to attend law school
- How law schools view nontraditional candidates and international students
- How to attack optional essays, interviews, waiting lists, and scholarship negotiations
I look forward to your feedback on the book!
I am reading your book. Very informative.
I would appreciate it if you would answer the following question. How old was the oldest applicant that you reviewed that was accepted to law school?
I honestly don’t remember, but I’m guessing mid-50s.
Will be my 2nd read, thank you Ann.
You’re welcome! I’d greatly appreciate a 5-star review on Amazon if you’re so inclined.
I just had a quick question about the LSAC conversion chart for undergrad GPA. I am currently an uprising senior at a 4 year university and have a cumulative 3.5 GPA and I am afraid that my LSAC GPA will be a lot lower than what I am anticipating because I have repeated a few courses and had a rocky first two years.
How do you think this will affect my chances of getting into law school and how heavily is the converted GPA weighed in admissions. Thank you in advance!
We will have to see what your GPA is according to LSAC…