Eric Owens has taught courses and worked in various capacities for The Princeton Review since 1994. He attended Cornell College and Loyola University Chicago School of Law.
Complete Book of Law Schools 2001by Ian Van Tuyl, Rob Tallia, David Ada Hollander
Choosing and getting admitted to the right law school is an important process. A student ready to apply is committing thousands of dollars (and years of loan payments) to this endeavor. This book gives students the benefit of all the information they need about a school (tuition, admissions data, average LSAT scores). We tell students everything they need to know, such as:
- What LSAT score does it take to get in?
- What's the acceptance rate?
- What's the placement rate for graduating students?
- How heavy is the workload?
- Can you expect a high salary?
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