This is the first in a series of blog posts aimed at helping students get into top law schools authored by our friend Derek Meeker, founder and president of Dean Meeker Consulting. He was Dean of Admissions at the University of Pennsylvania Law School before joining global law firm Paul Hastings as recruiting manager. “But I […]
Law school personal statements are the core of law school applications. Undoubtedly, the essay that causes the most stress among applicants. Let’s start from the beginning.
Most law firm callbacks consist of 5 or 6 30-minute, one-on-one interviews followed by lunch with several associates. They are as much about stamina and maintaining your focus as about impressing your interviewers. Here are 7 ways to put your best foot forward:
Let’s just get it out there: law school grading is kind of absurd. In how many other disciplines will one final exam determine all (or nearly all) of your grade?
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Many students spend up to 150 hours researching career options during law school. That research tends to be heavy on superficial info but light on insight.
The dapper male attorney has typically been the exception, not the rule.