White males occupy a unique place in law school admissions. Your admissions experience, as well as your time in law school, will be different from that of other students. Admissions committees will want specific things from you. Admissions counselors will be skeptical of certain things in your essay. And professors and student deans will want to educate you about diversity. Your success in admissions, as well as in the legal profession, will hinge on your ability to defy common stereotypes about the "typical white male." In The White Male's Guide to Law School (And Beyond!) you will find practical advice on: *Studying for the LSAT *Selecting Schools *Writing acceptable admissions essays *Talking politics in law school *Comparing future employers *And much more!
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