Santa Barbara, CA (PressExposure) May 26, 2009 -- Applying to law school can be a complicated and daunting process, but knowing what a law school admissions committee is looking for can make all the difference.
As a former director of admissions, Ann K. Levine, Esq., has experience reviewing applications and making admission decisions at two ABA law schools. She shares her first-hand insight into the application process in her new book The Law School Admission Game: Play Like an Expert.
âMuch of what [Levine] has to say parallels my own experience having reviewed more than 35,000 application admissions to law school,â said Charles Roboski, Assistant Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid at Michigan State University College of Law.
In addition to providing insider knowledge and expert lawyer perspectives, Levineâs law school admission guide [http://www.lawschoolexpertbook.com/buy_law_school_admission_game.html] addresses crucial topics relevant to todayâs law school applicants, like paying for higher education and the impact of law school rankings on admission decisions.
Levine also shares powerful strategies for success in regard to: * Writing Winning Personal Statements and Resumes * Explaining a Low LSAT or GPA * Getting the Best - and Avoiding the Worst - Letters of Recommendation * How Law Schools Evaluate Applications * What Law School to Attend * Negotiating Scholarships
âWhether youâre applying to a top law school or just praying to get in anywhere, you can gain a competitive edge by strategically crafting your game plan,â Levine said.
About the Ann Levine: Known as âthe secret weapon of law school applicants nationwide,â Ann Levine is a prominent law school admission consultant [http://www.lawschoolexpertbook.com/ann_levine.html] and a former director of admissions for two ABA law schools. Since founding Law School Expert in 2004, she has helped thousands of applicants nationwide achieve their admission goals. Her recently released law school admission guide provides timely and relevant advice to law school hopefuls, including guidance on the application process, selecting schools, crafting compelling personal statements, as well as dependable financial aid and LSAT advice.