This week’s podcast discusses the meaning of your LSAT score. On the program we have 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 Elie Mystal, an editor at Above the Law, a legal tabloid.
This week’s podcast discusses law school application résumés. Our guests are Anna Ivey, founder and President of Ivey Consulting; Ann Levine, author of The Law School Admission Game; and Vanessa Vidal, owner and senior writer for ESQ Resume.
This week’s podcast takes a look at the practice of real estate law. We’ll hear from professors at two U.S. ABA-approved law schools: University of Montana School of Law Associate Professor Kristen Juras, and University of Wisconsin Law School Associate Professor Thomas Mitchell.
Today’s featured law school is the University of Washington and Lee School of Law. During the program you will hear from the school’s Director of Admissions, Brett Twitty, and a student in the 2011 graduating class, Rachel Vargo.
This week’s podcast discusses the logical reasoning section of the LSAT. Our guests are Eva Lana, President and CEO of Binary Solution, a test preparation company; Nikki Siclunov, Managing Director of PowerScore Test Preparation’s New York City operations and co-author of the PowerScore’s new LSAT Logical Reasoning Bible Workbook; and Andrew Brody, National Content Director of LSAT Programs for The Princeton Review.
This week’s podcast discusses the LSAT scoring scale. We’ll hear from experts Dave Killoran, CEO of PowerScore Test Preparation; Andrew Brody, Vice President of Content Development at The Princeton Review; and Glen Stohr, Senior Manager of Product Development for the LSAT with Kaplan Test Prep & Admissions .
This week’s podcast discusses the “what ifs” of law school applications and decisions. We look into why denials, waitlist and deferrals happen and the correct way to react to admissions decisions. We also take a look at other common “what ifs” in the application process.
This week’s podcast discusses the differences between choosing a law school due to scholarship monies or a high ranking. Our guests on the program are Anne Chaconas, Director of Admission Counseling at PowerScore Test Preparation and author of the upcoming book, The PowerScore Guide to the Top U.S. Law Schools; Deborah Schneider, co-author of Should You Really Be a Lawyer; Ian Graham, attorney and author of Unbillable Hours; and Gary Young, attorney and author of Law School Ninja.
Today’s featured law school is the University of North Carolina School of Law. During the program you will hear from the Assistant Dean for Admissions, Michael States, and a student in the 2012 graduating class, Christine Deaver.
This week’s podcast looks into Hollywood’s misconceptions of lawyers. We spoke with Michelle King, Creator and Executive Producer of “The Good Wife” on CBS; Elie Mystal, Editor of abovethelaw.com; and Michael Asimow, Professor of Law Emeritus at UCLA and author of Lawyers in your Living Room and Reel Justice.
This week’s podcast discusses international law degrees and their transferability into the United States legal system, i.e., whether students who obtained their legal degrees outside of the U.S. can practice law in America. Our experts today are John Riccardi, assistant dean for Graduate and International Programs and director of the Office of Graduate and International Programs at Boston University School of Law, and Herbert Larson, professor at Tulane University Law School.
This week’s podcast discusses the February LSAT test date. In addition to the February administration, students can take the test at three other times during the year: June, September/October, and December. Our guests today discuss the stigma placed on the February administration, and who should consider taking this test.