LAW SCHOOL ADMISSION COUNSELING
You’ve decided to apply to law school. It’s an exciting time! But you may also have questions.
What should I write about in my personal statement?
How do I snag the ideal letters of recommendation?
Do I really need to disclose that misdeed?
Is the investment worth it?
Will I get in?
We can help you answer all of these questions and more.
Our law school admission counseling support can include assistance with:
- Creating and balancing application lists
- Managing application timing and deadlines
- Selecting and cultivating recommenders
- Developing law school personal statements, diversity statements, and other supplemental essays
- Considering and writing character and fitness disclosures and addenda
- Drafting law school resumes
- Preparing for law school admission interviews
- Handling waitlist offers and scholarship appeals
Our law school admission counselor, Julie Ekkers, is both a law school graduate and a former law school admissions officer with over a decade of experience working with law school applicants with all sorts of backgrounds and experiences.
She is a trusted source of knowledge and perspective with a sincere enthusiasm for getting to know prospective law students’ personalities and preferences, hopes and dreams, and helping them realize their potential and goals.
Wherever you are on your path to law school–soon-to-be or recent college graduate, or non-traditional applicant–we can help you the rest of the way.