Whether you are just beginning to consider applying to law school or if you are just about ready to hit the “send” key to launch your application, you’re probably going to have a lot of questions about the law school admissions process. Where do you begin? How can you present yourself in your personal statement? How do you put everything together? Wouldn’t it help to get some answers from those with years of experience in evaluating and helping law school applicants?
There’s some great books out there that help guide applicants through every step of the process — and they are written by former admissions committees members and by experts who have helped thousands of applicants gain admission to their chosen school. In our podcast, Law School Admissions Guides: Authors Who Wrote the Book On How to Apply and Get In, we rounded up the authors of the top guides to law school admissions and we hear what their books have to offer applicants and those considering law school.
•Ann K. Levine, author of The Law School Admission Game: Play Like an Expert
•Paul Bodine, author of Perfect Phrases For Law School Acceptance: Hundreds of Ready-To-Use Phrases to Write A Winning Personal Statement, Ace The Interview, and Impress Admissions Officers and Great Personal Statements For Law School
•Richard Montauk, How To Get Into The Top Law Schools (Revised) 4th edition
Listen here to the full show!