Get Into Law School

Get Into Law School

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by Ruth Lammert-Reeves
     
 

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Everything a law school candidate needs to know for success!

With top law schools accepting less than 20 percent of applicants, getting into law school has never been more difficult. Fortunately, applicants can turn to Get Into Law School for reliable and expert advice on how to be a standout candidate in a competitive field.

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Overview

Everything a law school candidate needs to know for success!

With top law schools accepting less than 20 percent of applicants, getting into law school has never been more difficult. Fortunately, applicants can turn to Get Into Law School for reliable and expert advice on how to be a standout candidate in a competitive field.

Unlike other law school guides which limit themselves to school listings, Get Into Law School focuses on admissions strategies while leading the applicant through the entire admissions process. This book features step-by-step advice on selecting the right school, completing an exceptional application, and financing a law degree, with a special focus on sample application essays and techniques used to write the perfect application essay. The guide also contains helpful first-hand advice from current law students and graduates who have been through the law school admissions process, making Get Into Law School a comprehensive resource for any law school applicant.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781607148326
Publisher:
Kaplan Publishing
Publication date:
02/01/2011
Series:
Kaplan Test Prep Series
Edition description:
5th Edition
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
6.80(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.60(d)

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TOC, Chapter 1

Meet the Author

Kaplan is the world's largest, most successful test preparation company, with 185 centers and 1,200 satellite locations worldwide.

Ruth Lammert-Reeves has been a college administrator for more than 25 years. For 23 of those years she has been employed at the Georgetown University Law Center, where she has been assistant dean of financial aid since 1990. Active in national financial aid organizations, she has also served as a board member of the Law School Admissions Council. She is well known within the legal educational community, frequently speaking on topics related to legal education and how to finance it.

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