When should you apply? Where should you apply? What type of program is best for you? Who should you ask to recommend you? Should you take time off between college and law school? Do you have the right kind of work experience? Should you volunteer more? Have you left yourself enough time to get everything done before the buzzer?
Let's focus and organize your law school admissions journey by creating a sound plan and an easy-to-follow timeline that will lead you to admissions success. Use the following resources to guide you:
- The Law School Admissions Guide: 8 Tips for Success, a free guide
- Which Schools Should You Apply To?, a podcast episode
- Law School Applicants: Things to Think About When You Apply, a podcast episode
- LSAT, Debt, and Bar Passage with Law School Transparency, a podcast episode
- At the Nexus of Business & Law: Penn/Wharton’s JD/MBA, a podcast episode
- 5 A's for Your Low GPA, a podcast episode
- Law School Selectivity Index [Can I Get Into My Dream School?]
- Grad School Admissions: When Should You Apply?
- 5 Things Law Schools Want To See In Applicants
- Will Facebook Destroy Your Admissions Chances?
- Recipe for Disaster: Mistakes to Avoid When Applying to Law School
- 5 Things the Adcoms Hate
- Disclosing a Learning Disability
- Can You Get Accepted After Doing Something Stupid?
- 5 Tips for Disclosing a Criminal Record to Law Schools
- 6 Tips for Talking About Your Weaknesses
- 5 Summer Jobs that Will Enhance Your Law School Profile
- 5 Ways To Increase Your Chance of Getting Into Law School as a College Junior
- The Increasing Value of Work Experience in Law School Applications
- How to Give Your Application as Much Weight as Possible
- Connections Count. And You Can Create Them.
- Add-Ons and Extras: Supplements to Your Law School Application
- Should You Apply to a Safety School?
- Master of Laws (L.L.M.) Programs: Are They Right for You?
- How Not to Ask for a Letter of Recommendation
Check out our catalog of law school admissions consulting services for guidance that will help you set reasonable and achievable goals and help you get accepted.