Premium Law School Application Guide

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I've already written several articles containing advice on completing your law school applications.

However, they're just that - articles. How do you use all of them to complete the best application possible?

There are several components to the law school application. They include the:

-personal statement
-letters of recommendation
-LSAT score(s)
-LSAC Credential Assembly Service Law School Report(s)
-optional essays and addenda (if applicable)
 -diversity statement
 -character and fitness disclosure
 -why our school (aka "Why X?")

How, and when, do you complete all of these parts in the several months prior to submitting your law school applications?

Do you:

- want everything you need to do compiled into one big list?

- want to make sure you're not missing out on some valuable article I've written that could hold the key to getting in?

- want to know exactly what to do, and in what order?

My premium law school application guide will give you all of that valuable information. By the time you've completed it, you will have submitted complete law school applications.

There are already several law school admission guides that are hundreds of pages long. Over the years, I've talked to thousands of students who struggled to get through them, trying to figure out which parts to skip.

The world doesn’t need more books like those.

Instead, I decided to give you the gift of brevity: a guide that you can (and will) actually read in full, then refer back to over the course of your the law school admission process.

And I've even included several tips on exactly what to do in the months after you've submitted your applications.

Let me save you the trouble of figuring out exactly what to do, so you can just get down to business right away.

Use this guide to spend less time worrying about whether you're on track with your law school applications, and spend more time writing your personal statement, sleeping, and maybe even seeing your friends every once in a while.

I've also created similar guides for each section of the LSAT.

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  1. I am studying for the LSAT and applying to law school all while working full time. Would this schedule apply to me as well?

    1. Hi Christine,

      Yes, it would! I made the schedule so that you can work on your law school applications in your free time.