Free Advise-In Law School Application and Admission Webinar: “Building Your Best Law School Application (and How to Avoid Making it a McMansion)” (Thursday, March 31, 2011)

Join Advise-In Solutions’ free March webinar, “Building Your Best Law School Application (and How to Avoid Making it a McMansion).”

The webinar will be held on Thursday, March 31, at 7 p.m. eastern time.

Register for this free webinar by clicking this link and completing the registration form.

Today’s law school admission and financial aid markets are extremely competitive.  Submitting an application package that is individual and compelling has never mattered more.  Your “hard data” LSAT score and GPA mean a lot, of course.  But a strong application can vault you into competition with those whose hard data appears better than yours while a so-so application package can damage your chances of admission and merit-based aid.

You have a very limited first opportunity to convince law schools why they want you in their incoming class rather than someone else.  In this webinar, Advise-In Solutions’ Kyle Pasewark (J.D., Yale Law School) will talk with you about how to create an application portrait that will impress law schools.  Topics include how to think about your application package as a whole, the place of each individual document in your application, how to avoid common application mistakes and much more.

See you on March 31!

~ by Kyle Pasewark at Advise-in Solutions on March 11, 2011.

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