Law Resume Package
Your law school application resume has a slightly different goal than the typical professional resume, which plays a leading role — a virtual solo — in presenting you and getting you in the door, sometimes supported only by a cover letter. For your application, the resume is an important member of the cast, but it doesn’t have the lead. It must work together with the application, essays, and other required materials to portray an accomplished individual with leadership skills and achievement. The resume's role? Provide the facts and context that support the detail and insight provided by the essays and letters of recommendation.
Although the resume is not going solo, it is important. An impressive resume, replete with achievement, can be a major plus in your application. A powerful resume also prevents you from boring your readers with shallow, autobiographical "resumes in prose" instead of insightful essays.
Under the package plan, the Accepted resume consultant will walk you through the creation of an outstanding resume with as little stress and strain on you as possible. First, you will complete a simple form providing basic employment and extra-curricular data and related facts. Then, your consultant will interview you to ascertain the story, issues, concerns, and subtleties behind those basic facts. Next, he or she will write a draft resume, which you will review. After further consultation, your consultant will fine-tune the resume and email you a completed document ready for submission with your application.
Save yourself time, and present an outstanding resume. Submit a resume that could win an Oscar for best supporting role in your application.
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