The law school admissions landscape has changed considerably.  As it’s become clear that the legal job market is glutted and simply obtaining a law degree is no long offers a guarantee of lucrative employment—or any employment at all—applications have dropped and some schools have cut back on the number of seats available for the new academic year.

While that may mean it’s generally “easier to get in,” just getting in to a law school is no longer enough.  It’s become all the more important to carefully target schools based on your specific career plans, and to minimize the debt you take on to get through law school.

Make Your Law School Applications the Best They Can Be

An attorney and marketing professional with more than eleven years in law school admissions consultanting, LSAT instruction and LSAT curriculum development for a national educational corporation, Tiffany Sanders can help you avoid the mistakes that weaken most law school applications. Packaged services include:

  • Personal statement brainstorming, coaching and review
  • Optional and supplemental essay coaching and review
  • Resume creation and editing

Each applicant purchasing a package will also receive Tiffany’s three law school admission e-books:

  • Make Them Want to Meet You: The Key to Creating an Effective Law School Personal Statement
  • Letters of Recommendation: Who Should Write Them, What They Should Say and How to Educate Your Recommenders; and
  • Optional Essays and Addenda: When They Help, When They Hurt and How to Make the Most of Them

Need additional assistance? Call or email for information about personalized coaching in:

  • School selection
  • Inclusion and content of addenda and explanation statements
  • Choosing and educating recommenders
  • Preparation of recommender packets
  • What to do when you’re wait-listed

Personal Statement and Other Document Review Packages