How hard is it to get accepted to a top-tier law school? What are some of the stumbling blocks that law school applicants face? How do they tackle and overcome them? What is law school REALLY like?
Each law school journey is unique. This is your opportunity to listen to the stories of REAL students as they talk about the ups and downs of the admission process and day-to-day life in law school.
In these interviews, you’ll hear all about choosing the right law school programs, overcoming obstacles during the admissions process, law school personal statement tips, LSAT test prep and study advice, juggling school and personal life, and more. We also share the interviewees’ social links so you can contact them with your own questions.
Do you have an interesting law school journey that you’d like featured on our What is Law School Really Like?series? Be in touch – we’d love to hear your story!
Christine Carr has been an invaluable asset when I applied to law school this year. While I was preparing my application, I was also studying for the LSAT and teaching part-time. Without Christine’s help, I would never have been able to complete my personal statement and resume efficiently. Furthermore she advised me so that my application stood out in a positive way.
Right from the beginning, I felt calm that Christine would be able to help me create a great application. Her experience as the director of admissions at Boston University Law is evident in all the advice and fabulous work she has done for me. Christine was always available to talk with me even if it wasn’t about the law school application process, for example to calm me down when I was waitlisted at my top choice. At that time, she also guided me in getting accepted from the waitlist.
As professional as Christine is, she helped like a close friend, and I will be forever grateful for all that she has done for me.