You know you will make an outstanding lawyer. But how do you make sure your law school applications stand out?
I’m Gabriel, a law school admissions consultant and writer of the Law School Lowdown blog for U.S. News & World Report. Since graduating Yale and Harvard Law, I’ve helped hundreds of applicants break from the pack and get into law schools like Harvard, Columbia, NYU, Georgetown, Berkeley, Texas Law, and UVA—often with hefty scholarships.
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