The Ivey Guide to Law School Admissions: Straight Advice on Essays, Resumes, Interviews, and More (Updated and Revised for the 2018 e-book)
Updated and revised for the 2018 electronic edition. As Dean of Admissions at the University of Chicago Law School, Anna Ivey decided the fate of thousands of law school applicants. In this book - the first of its kind by a former law school dean of admissions - she offers an insider's advice, giving straight answers to questions such as: * How much do the LSAT, ethnicity, and age really matter? * How should I write my essay to set myself apart? * Should I include a letter explaining my low LSAT score, my D in chemistry, my attention deficit disorder, my time in rehab? * Is law school worth the debt I'll face when I graduate? Full of invaluable information, sample essays, résumés, and recommendations, and anecdotes from real admissions decisions, The Ivey Guide to Law School Admissions is the bible for aspiring law students everywhere.
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