Tips for Waitlisted and Rejected Applicants 

    Things don't always go the way we plan. You may not have received that golden law school acceptance, but that doesn't mean you need to stop pursuing your dreams. It's time to come up with a plan B! The following resources will help you work on drafting that stunning waitlist letter, boost your law school profile, and start thinking about reapplying next year. This doesn't need to be the end of the law school road for you!


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    Brigitte Suhr

    Brigitte Suhr is a University of Virginia Law grad. Brigitte spent 15 years traversing the globe in an international human rights law career before starting a consulting business that included evaluating more than 2,500 applications for UVA Law. She knows what law schools want and don't want in applicants.

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    Over ten years of experience in higher education, reviewing applications and making selections for elite programs at Harvard University, with experience advising for career and graduate school. Learn more about Sadie Polen.
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