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This re-written and completely updated version of the bestselling law school admission guide first published in provides detailed information on how to present yourself in the law school application process. Ann Levine brings more than a decade of experience in law school admissions as director of admissions for law schools and as a If you want to download this book, click link in the last page 5. You just clipped your first slide! Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.
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Affluence is only associated and experienced with White people, because they "set the standard. It's more difficult, and life threatening, but defiantly shows that I am beyond more capable of enduring the "stressors" of life, that most people "bitch" about. I'm just being honest, which is hard to find in the legal system. There's never a person whom I've met in the legal system, who governs in what they swear oath to, "I'll tell truth, and nothing but the truth.
So help me God. But who cares, it's just my opinion, and I'm not white. I don't have the privilege to have an opinion in this world. May 01, Becky Courage rated it liked it. As someone at the very beginning of the law school admission process, I found this book very helpful.
It provided me with valuable information and insight into aspects of the application process I had no clue about. In particular, the chapter on resumes and the personal statement were highly beneficial.
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However, this book was clearly written for an American student trying to get into a Top 10 Law School, and didn't always apply to my situation. I would have liked a more international view, being As someone at the very beginning of the law school admission process, I found this book very helpful.
I would have liked a more international view, being a Canadian student. Overall, this book was very informative and I did take many helpful points from it. If you are someone considering law school, this book will benefit you in your application process. Mar 15, Crystal rated it really liked it Shelves: non-fiction , nf-law-related.
I read this book after going through the law school application process which gives me some context to place the content. The book over all is great. However, it's clearly designed for only American Law schools and doesn't address the fact that some of this information will not apply to students in other countries, such as Canada. This could cause difficulties for readers who are unaware of the differences in application and assessment processes.
The information on resumes is fabulous. As someone I read this book after going through the law school application process which gives me some context to place the content. As someone who has hired for companies in the past, I would advise the resume section to anyone, not just those planning to attend law school. Nov 24, Brian Strunk rated it it was amazing. As someone currently seeking admission into law school, I've read a lot of material about the admissions process in addition to taking countless practice tests. This book provides a great insight into the admissions process from someone who was on the other end of the application process.
Levine's insight provided me with some critical direction, and as such I have reworked my application materials for law school. As a reader of her blog, as well as her twitter account annlevine , I was glad to As someone currently seeking admission into law school, I've read a lot of material about the admissions process in addition to taking countless practice tests. As a reader of her blog, as well as her twitter account annlevine , I was glad to get Ann's insight in print. I read the book in about 2 hours, as I couldn't put it down.
A must read for anyone seeking law school admission. Feb 05, Amber Clark added it.
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This book is the best book I've read so far about the law school admission process. Jun 13, Queezle rated it it was ok. These tips all seemed straightforward and self-explanatory. Somehow I managed to figure that out on my own.
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I don't necessarily think that it was a waste of my time to read, but I can't think of a single tip that stood out to me from this book that I wouldn't have already known or easily been able to figure out by googling "law school admissions timeline" or something These tips all seemed straightforward and self-explanatory. I don't necessarily think that it was a waste of my time to read, but I can't think of a single tip that stood out to me from this book that I wouldn't have already known or easily been able to figure out by googling "law school admissions timeline" or something similar.
Sep 24, Dawn Yount rated it liked it. While some of the info was helpful, it was not complete enough. It was also not overly helpful for an older, non traditional student. Probably would have been a lot of help to someone fresh out of college or close to it. Jan 04, Tri Le rated it liked it. Consider Anna Ivey's book. It's more comprehensive, credible and well-written. Plus Ivey is an actual admission committee member at U of Chicago.
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Jan 07, Bob Maher rated it liked it. Helpful and informative. Sep 13, Amy added it. Good, reliable information on the law school application process. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. About Ann K. Ann K. After graduating magna cum laude from the University of Miami School of Law, having distinguished herself with service to the Inter-American Law Review and membership in Order of the Coif among other honoraries , Ms. As the director of admissions for two ABA approved law schools, Ms. Levine reviewed thousands of applications each year and was primarily responsible for making all admission decisions including awarding scholarships.
After moving to Santa Barbara, California, Ms. Levine was a practicing attorney for two civil litigation firms. Levine works one-on-one with law school applicants nationwide and speaks at Pre-Law Clubs and Phi Alpha Delta chapters. Her Law School Expert blog is one of the most respected and popular pre-law advice blogs in the nation and attracts nearly , readers a year. Enjoy the benefit of Ms. Levine's years of experience in law school admissions. Learn more about successfully applying to law school with help from the Law School Expert. I know what a law school admissions committee is looking for and I will spend time talking with you and creating a theme for your application.
I will help you decide what to discuss in your personal statement and give you ideas for getting started writing the personal statement. If there are weaknesses that need to be explained, I will help you to create an effective addendum. I will provide you with an honest evaluation of your law school application, including suggesting law schools you may not have considered. Included in my full package, "The Works", is everything you will need to apply to law school with an expert by your side. For a one-time, flat-rate fee, I offer in-depth law school admission counseling and advice, working with you on all of your law school applications, including optional essays, resume, and addenda, helping you respond to application questions, and reviewing unlimited drafts of as many essays as you write, providing constructive feedback and detailed editing.
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