Are you ready to make the most out of your application?

While the LSAT and your undergrad GPA are certainly large portions of a law school application, there are so many other factors that play into how admissions committees view a student. We've worked together with a wide variety of experts with years of law school admissions experience to compile a comprehensive guide filled with advice on how to stand out and get the most out of every little detail in your law school application. 

Creating A Killer Law School Application includes advice on:
  • Choosing your Target Law Schools
  • The Role of The LSAT and UGPA in Admissions
  • The Personal Statement
  • Top 15 Law School Letters of Recommendation Tips
  • Extra-Curriculars: What Matters and Why
  • Dealing with Negatives on Your Law School Application
  • Do You Need a Resume?
  • When Should You Write the Optional Essay?
  • The Law School Addendum
  • The Wait List: What it Means and How to Get Admitted Off of It
The advice you'll find in this free guide is sure to maximize the potential of your law school application and set you apart from the competition. 
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Make sure to click the links in the guide to check out all of the resources that our wonderful contributors have to offer, and if you're in need of LSAT expertise. Contributors include: 
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