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August 23, 2005

Accepted Admissions Almanac: Law School Admissions

One of the first steps to a legal career is getting into law school. College and graduate school admissions consultant Linda Abraham offers a good collection of links and tips about doing just that (and more) on her Accepted Admissions Almanac in the Law School Admissions category. Ms. Abraham has been blogging for over a year so her posts cover a good range of topics related to law school, from admissions essays to LSAT prep to letters of recommendation to how to deal with waitlists (there are many more posts on each of those topics—the posts I've linked are just a taste).

A few more highlights include this post about the Law School Survey of Student Engagement (LSSSE), another post linking to an article about “a ten-year study of new lawyers in the first three years of their career,” and a recent post about law school rankings.

Thanks to Ms. Abraham for offering such a helpful blog for those thinking about attending law school! I hope she's finding that the blog is building her business because it's definitely a good resource.

Posted by mowabb at August 23, 2005 08:43 AM

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