This week’s podcast discusses testing accommodations for the LSAT. Our guests today are Dr. Stephen Mouton, a clinical psychologist and owner of PrivateTesting.com; Dr. Karl Wagner, president of Powell & Wagner Associates, a private consulting psychology practice in Cambridge, Mass.; and Kevin Fritz, a 1L student at Washington University School of Law in Saint Louis who needed LSAT test accommodations when taking the LSAT. We reached out to Law School Admissions Council (LSAT), who creates and administers the LSAT, requesting comment for this piece, but they declined to comment.
This week’s podcast answers the question many law school applicants ask themselves after receiving their decision letters: “I’ve been accepted. Now what?” Our guests are Ann Levine, author of The Law School Admission Game; Jamie Hammers, Assistant Dean for Admissions at the University of Houston Law Center; and Anne Chaconas, Director of Admissions Counseling at PowerScore Test Preparation.
This week’s podcast is the third installment of our law practices series. This week will discuss intellectual property, or IP, law. Our guests on the program are Jerry Fellows, shareholder at Greenberg Traurig, LLP, and Lewis Gould, partner and chairman of the Patent and Trademark Practice Group at Duane Morris LLP.
Today’s featured law school is the University of Southern California Gould School of Law. During the program you will hear from the Associate Dean and Dean of Admissions at the Law School, Chloe Reid, and a student in the 2012 graduating class, Diandra Netto.
This week’s podcast discusses how to put together a “stand-out” law school application. Our guests today are Ann Gibbs, Associate Dean of Administrative and Student Services at Wake Forest University School of Law; Ann Levine, author of The Law School Admission Game; and Anna Ivey, founder and head of graduate school admissions for Anna Ivey Consulting.
This week’s podcast covers law school scholarships and discusses some ways to help pay for your law school education. Our guests are Brandon Hamilton, Assistant Dean for Admissions at the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law; Debby Hohler, spokeswoman for Upromise.com; and Mark Kantrowitz, publisher of FastWeb.com and FinAid.org.
This week’s podcast features three current law school students. During the program you will hear about their experiences before and during law school.
This week’s podcast discusses LSAT training on-the-go, e.g., using flashcards and iPhone applications as a method of training and studying for the test. Our guests today are Andrew Brody, National Content Director for LSAT programs at The Princeton Review; Jeff Thomas, Assistant Director of Pre-Law programs for Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions; and Ashish Rangnekar, co-founder and CEO of Watermelon EXPRESS, a company that produces educational iPhone and iPad applications for the GMAT and the LSAT.
This week’s podcast continues a new series for Law School Interactive. Once a month, we will be offering podcasts on specific law practices: This month we are discussing political law. On the program we have Kenneth Gross, Partner and Head of the Political Law Practice at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP and Affiliates; Craig Engle, founder of the Political Law Group at Arent Fox LLP; and Susan Gallagher, Associate Professor at the University of Massachusetts Lowell.
Today’s featured law school is Boston College Law School. During the program you will hear from the Assistant Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid at the Law School, Rita C. Jones, and third-year student Esther Adetunji.
This week’s podcast discusses the writing sample section of the LSAT. Our guests are Eva Lana, President and CEO of Binary Solution Test Preparation, and Andrew Brody, National Content Director for LSAT programs at The Princeton Review.
This week’s podcast discusses part-time law programs. Our guests today are Erin Van Dorn, Associate Director of Admissions at Temple University Beasley School of Law; Anne Richard, Associate Dean for Admissions and Financial Aid at The George Washington University Law School; and Alison Price, Associate Dean and Director of Admissions at George Mason School of Law.