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Kaplan LSAT 180 Live! Get the Real Law School Facts

the180_facebookWe are entering the later stages of the law school admissions cycle, which means that many of you extremely charming, clever, and good-looking people formerly known as antisocial LSAT preppers have been re-entering the land of the socially engaged… and …

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Law Schools – The Times, They Area A Changing!

clockThis is an interesting time in the history of law school admissions to be considering taking the LSAT and applying to Law School. We talked about the decline in law school applications – projected to be about 20% less than

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LSAT Hits and Myths

There is a commercial running in the NY area for a major insurance company (I am not sure if it’s available in other states but it makes very frequent appearances here in NY) that is pretty funny but with an

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Breaking News: Applications are Down! Law School without the LSAT

LSAT BlogThis was an interesting week for news related to law school; one report focused on the drop in law school applications and another offers hope to those struggling with the LSAT. While so many are preparing for the LSAT

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Law School – is 2 years better than 3?

LSAT BlogYesterday’s New York Times published an article about a recently proposed change to New York Bar requirements. If adopted, the proposal would allow students who have finished 2 years of law school to write the New York Bar and become …

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From Law School to the Courtroom: Etiquette Matters.

Hey future 1Ls, manners do matter…

During the summer of 2012, I was fortunate enough to extern for the Honorable Judge Gregory Alarcon.  Judge Alarcon LSAT Blogwas a litigator the first 20 years of his career and has since been on …

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Large Firm Job Hopes? Your Law School Choice Can Make a Difference

According to a recent Kaplan survey, roughly four out of ten law school applicants are expecting to work for a large law LSAT Blogfirm.  But, are these expectations realistic?

As the Wall Street Journal’s Law Blog points out, far fewer …

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You’ve taken the June LSAT – should you retake the LSAT in October?

To retake or not to retake the LSAT in October?

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Every summer – without fail – this turns out to be one of the most often-asked questions that I get from my law school applicants.  (Actually, it wins out …

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Seeking a Law Degree to Serve the Public Interest

Have you ever been so influenced by an experience that you became inspired to pursue a legal career aimed at serving the public interest?  Maybe you witnessed a friend, a relative, or an acquaintance who was harmed due to lack …

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Want to know your odds of admission to Harvard?

For those of you that hate math, law school’s the place for you.  Not only is there no math on the LSAT, thanks to the LSAC, the guesswork of the perceived formulaic admissions process is gone too.  168/3.4, …

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