Research is key, and becoming familiar with the parts of the application is essential.
Don’t make this common mistake.
Don’t abandon the idea of going to law school because of personal legal issues from your past.
Personal Statement: Law schools want to recruit men and women who are qualified for reasons beyond grades and scores.
Diversity Statement: The diversity statement is your opportunity to show how your perspective will enhance the classroom experience for all students.
First- and second-year college students: Get the skills you need to succeed in law school by attending a four-week summer prelaw program. There’s no cost to attend, and participants receive a small stipend.
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