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How to Get into Law School
     

How to Get into Law School

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by Susan Estrich
 

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Whether you’re is a college junior facing the LSATs, a senior sitting with disappointing test scores, or someone who has always dreamed of a career in the law, there is too much at stake not to ask the hard questions about what lies ahead. How to Get into Law School will tell you all you need to know about:

Choosing and applying to law school
The

Overview

Whether you’re is a college junior facing the LSATs, a senior sitting with disappointing test scores, or someone who has always dreamed of a career in the law, there is too much at stake not to ask the hard questions about what lies ahead. How to Get into Law School will tell you all you need to know about:

Choosing and applying to law school
The law school admission test (LSAT) and law school applications
Getting into law school
Suceeding as a student
Finding career fulfillment

In How to Get Into Law School, Susan Estrich lends her unique point of view and far-ranging experience-as ace law student, tenured professor, renowned legal scholar and analyst-to the life and career questions applicants will face, and answers them in the frank, no-nonsense manner that is her trademark. Featuring anecdotes from admissions directors, professors, veteran attorneys, and adventurous students alike, How to Get Into Law School lays out the facts on:

Applications
Essays
Getting Scholarships
Community service
The Rigors of Studying
Surviving Interviews
Finding Employment
 
If you’re considering going to law school, this is your indispensable how-to guide.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781594480355
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
08/31/2004
Pages:
320
Sales rank:
259,978
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

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“The smartest book about getting in and going to law school.” –Laurence H. Tribe, Harvard Law School

“Brilliant.” –Christopher F. Edley, Dean, Boalt Hall Law School

“If anyone can remind you why you once loved the law, and still might, Susan Estrich will.” –Kathleen M. Sullivan, Dean and Professor of Law, Stanford Law School

Meet the Author

The first woman president of the Harvard Law Review, the first woman to run a presidential campaign, Susan Estrich is the Robert Kingsley Professor of Law and Political Science at the University of Southern California, a nationally syndicated columnist, a contributor to USA Today and the Los Angeles Times, a legal and political analyst who appears frequently on national television, and the author of four books.

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How to Get into Law School 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I bought this book shortly after I finished college, and used it as my Bible. I followed all the advice, and as a direct result will be attending one of the top schools in the country on a $60k scholarship. Meanwhile, friends of mine with better grades and better LSAT scores will be attending lesser institutions. I cannot recommend this book enough. It changed my life.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is excellent for people that are just starting to consider law school or that are still in the process of applying to a law school of their choice. It flows like a conversation between you and Ms. Estrich - the author of the book - and even though most of the information here is her personal opinion, it is full of valuable guidance and it's very easy to understand and follow. Ms. Estrich gives detailed information about the experiences most people go through 'including her personal experiences' and how not to make mistakes when you go through them. It really opened my eyes to many possibilities, including, applying to a top law school - which she never sees as something 'unreachable' when you know what to do 'and she tells you what to do'.
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