You’ve anguished and fretted over the LSAT, you’ve spent countless hours revising your personal statement, you’ve checked and re-checked all your optional essays, your bio and everything else that goes into perfecting your law school application. You’re ready to press “send,” but once you do, what happens? What goes on at the other end? What do the people in the admissions office think about it? What would they tell you now, as you prepare to apply, if they could? Listen in as we probe these questions.
- Andy Cornblatt, Dean of Admissions, Georgetown Law School
- Ann Perry, Associate Dean for Admissions and Financial Aid, The University of Chicago Law School
- Anne Richard, Senior Assistant Dean for Admissions, University of Virginia School of Law
- Nancy Rapoport, The Gordon Silver Professor of Law, William S Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada, Las Vegas