Law School Personal Statement

Do’s and Don’ts for the Law School Personal Statement

Do’s and Don’ts for the Law School Personal Statement All pre-law students know the important quantitative aspects of the law school admissions process: your GPA and LSAT score. Yes, each of these numbers remains critical to how successful you’ll be in your applications. But they don’t paint a complete picture of who you are asKeep reading

What to Do if You Got a Low LSAT Score

What to Do if You Got a Low LSAT Score After months and months of studying, you finally take the LSAT. After anxiously waiting for your results, you get a low LSAT score, even though you prepared as best you could have. What next? Good news. A low LSAT score is not the end ofKeep reading

Summer Internship

Making the Most of Your Summer Internship: A 4-Step Action Plan

Making the Most of Your Summer Internship: A 4-Step Action Plan So, you’ve networked like a boss, blown everyone’s socks off in the interview, and landed the summer internship of your dreams. Everything should take care of itself now, right? Well… If all you want is to be able to say, “I once had a summerKeep reading

Getting into Law School with a Low GPA

Getting into Law School with a Low GPA

Getting into Law School with a Low GPA If you are reading this blog, you’re probably already aware of the two numbers critical to your law school application success: your LSAT score and your GPA. Different schools assign different weights to each of these numbers, but both numbers will play a large role in whereKeep reading

Applying to Law School

Applying to Law School: 3 Ways to Become a Standout Candidate

Applying to Law School: 3 Ways to Become a Standout Candidate Before applying to law school, many aspiring law students seek out legal internships, work as paralegals, join pre-law clubs or undergraduate law journals, and participate in some kind of speech or debate. These are the clearest connections to “law” for most undergraduates, and soKeep reading