The Ivey Guide to Law School Admissions: Straight Advice on Essays, Résumés, Interviews, and More

As dean of admissions at the University of Chicago Law School, Anna Ivey decided the fate of thousands of law school applicants. In this book-the first of its kind by a former law school admissions officer-she draws on her expertise to cover topics from the application and the essay to the interview and the recommendations,

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As dean of admissions at the University of Chicago Law School, Anna Ivey decided the fate of thousands of law school applicants. In this book-the first of its kind by a former law school admissions officer-she draws on her expertise to cover topics from the application and the essay to the interview and the recommendations, touching on hot-button issues like how much the LSAT, ethnicity, and age really matter. Offering an insider’s advice on how to produce the very best application, this guide gives straight answers to questions such as:

• What kind of essay should I write to set me apart from the rest of the pack?
• Should I explain my low LSAT score, my D in chemistry, my attention deficit disorder, my time in rehab?
• Is law school worth the debt I’ll face when I graduate?

Full of invaluable examples and anecdotes about real admissions decisions, The Ivey Guide to Law School Admissions is certain to become the new bible for would-be law students everywhere.

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Comments

sayock says:

Interesting As a longshot applicant, I have already been accepted to or waitlisted by various top law schools (two of the top three law schools, as I write this, are still considering me, despite being told not to bother applying to those schools). But I couldn’t help but be intrigued when I saw that a book by a former admissions officer at the University of Chicago would be coming out with big “secrets.” Having already been through the process and having been someone who relied heavily on Richard…

Anson Cassel Mills says:

A helpful guide–with a couple of quibbles I’ve been the prelaw advisor at a medium-sized religious college for more than twenty-five years, and my advice about law school application runs largely along the lines outlined in Anna Ivey’s nicely written book. In the future, if a student begins to write me off as a curmudgeon, I’ll be able to cite chapter and verse from this author, who’s a good quarter-century younger and has a far better claim to speak with authority about such matters than I. So, undergraduates, read and heed…

skyscraper "skyscraper" says:

The most useful and comprehensive manual I’ve ever read This incredible, seemingly compact, book contains all the essential and critical information one needs in order to prepare for law school admissions, from A to Z. Seriously, what more could one possibly need? Anna Ivey describes the admission process starting from early preparation, to actual interview and picking the schools where you are admitted. Not to mention how to effectively study for the LSAT, what to write in the addenda, optional statements, resumes, how to request LORs, what to wear…

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