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6 Ways to Nail Your Law School Admissions Interview

by Daniel Waldman, Stratus Admissions Counseling Originally published as an expert guest post on Manhattan Prep You’ve just scored a law school admissions interview with that one law school that sits on top of your list! Congratulations! Now, how do you nail that interview? Here are six tips: 1. Be Prepared What you’re facing is… View Article

Tips on Writing a Great Law School Application Addendum

You have numerous opportunities to share your experiences in your law school applications through the personal statement, diversity statement, and short answer responses. However, you may need to explain irregularities or discrepancies in your application, too. An addendum can address potential red flags. Typically, addenda are short, objective paragraphs that respectfully ask the admissions committee… View Article

How to Craft a Law School Resume – Some Key Considerations

The truth is that there is no standard law school resume. Resumes differ in terms of style and substance. Express your creativity and unique history, while keeping the following considerations in mind: Four Main Categories of a Law School Resume Education Because law school is an academic undertaking, your education should be the first section…. View Article

Five Questions to Ask Yourself When Applying to Law School

This was originally published as an expert guest post on TippingtheScales. Since elementary school, people have told you that you would make a good lawyer. Or maybe you are in your senior year in college and, for the first time, are considering a career in law. If either of these scenarios sound familiar, now is… View Article

How Law Schools Evaluate Multiple LSAT Scores

This was originally published as an expert guest post on the Manhattan Prep Blog You’ve just received your LSAT scores. Perhaps you’re happy with your results after having taken the test multiple times, or you are not thrilled with your initial score and are considering a retake. How law schools assess multiple LSAT scores varies…. View Article

Intellectual Property: Choosing The Right Law School

The rising popularity of Intellectual Property (“IP”) Law comes as no surprise given its pertinence in the modern world: protecting people and companies’ most valuable assets – their ideas and creations. IP law encompasses a number of fields so before jumping in or declaring your commitment in your law school applications, be sure to get… View Article

5 Tips to Nail Your Law School Application Timing

This was originally published as an expert guest post on the Manhattan Prep Blog The fall months of September and October can feel drastically different to prospective J.D. applicants, depending on where you see yourself in the application process. Many are either studying for an upcoming LSAT or awaiting their results, while others don’t think… View Article

4 Admissions Steps for Aspiring Environmental Lawyers

The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season has spurred discussion about climate change’s role in exacerbating storms and what, if anything, lawmakers can do to stop global warming. But there’s a lot more to the practice of environmental law than climate change. Land use, environmental justice, even food and water laws are all encompassed within this broad,… View Article

Choosing the Right School for Entertainment Law

In Hollywood, it’s often said that success is based on “who you know.” When it comes to ranking the top schools for entertainment law, the industry applies the same standard. A recent Hollywood Reporter article ranked “Hollywood’s Top Law Schools,” based on the number of alums on their industry’s Power Lawyers List. While it may be… View Article