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Law School Admission Game: Play Like An Expert, Third Edition Paperback – 21 July 2017
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- Publisher : Abraham Publishing; 3rd edition (21 July 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 234 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0983845387
- ISBN-13 : 978-0983845386
- Dimensions : 15.24 x 1.35 x 22.86 cm
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I believe this book is geared towards people aiming for top 20 schools or maybe top 50. However, it has pointers for everyone.
Note that it is frequently a plug for the authors business.
Additionally it has a lot of information that comes off as very elitist and forgets that not everyone is aiming for really posh schools. So, if you’re aiming for a school whose 50th percentile is a 155 LSAT and a 3.25 GPA then this book is often going to feel like it is looking down on you.
If you’re pretty well versed in what a school is looking for in an application but hoping for some new information then skip this book.
It’s a great starting place if you aren’t sure where to begin. It’s also well organized if you want all the information in one place. It is information that you can find on nearly every blog, podcast, and discuss forum, however.
I think the BEST advice comes directly from your goal school’s admissions team.
Remember that law schools want good students just as badly as students want good schools!
They are there to help.
While this book is full of good advice the best advice is going to come from the person who will actually be reading your application and deciding on it.
Schedule a tour of the law school, attend any meetings or functions they host for law school hopefuls, reach out to them.
Don’t let the elitist attitudes of some people make you feel like you can’t get into a school you that they don’t speak for. Let the school speak for themselves.
Aside from an apparent passion to help pre-law and current law students, Ms. Levine neither encouraged nor discouraged the target audience. The author has instead challenge the readers to spend considerable time reflecting on their career choice. That may be this duo of books most important lesson.