Every year, hundreds of thousands of Americans contemplate whether they want to go to law school. Many who are unfamiliar with the application process will easily talk themselves out of it. But for those who decide to follow through, what's next?
The application process as a whole is not nearly as complicated as most people think, but it still requires timing and sophistication on everything from registering with the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC), taking and acing the LSAT, collecting all the necessary materials, picking which schools to apply to, writing successful personal statements, and ultimately getting into and choosing your school. It may be daunting, but fortunately for prospective applicants, many have already blazed the trail and lived to tell, including the authors of How to Choose and Get into Any Law School.
In this entertaining, easy to listen guide, Charles River Editors' Ivy League team of lawyers, law school students and admissions consultants walks listeners through every step of the application process from A to Z, offering advice on when and how to study for the LSAT, sample LSAT questions, how to deal with LSAC, getting letters of recommendation, writing unique personal statements that will capture admissions councils' attention, and choosing the schools to apply to and attend. Along the way, it will offer tips that even professional advisors and their books fail to mention, such as the benefits of taking a logic course in undergrad.
Whether you're on the fence about applying for law school or ready to register with LSAC today, let this guide lead you down the right path.
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While some parts were helpful to readers who have been out of undergrad for some time, not all of it is. This book is clearly targeting those who are still undergraduate students and doesn't offer much additional help to those who have graduated.
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