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Ivey Guide to Law School Admissions Ivey Guide to Law School Admissions

by Alison Cooper Chisolm and Anna Ivey

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"An invaluable examination of every aspect of the law school admissions process from a trusted authority. Simply a book no law school applicant can afford to be without."
--Robert H. Miller, author of Law School Confidential

"Students who read this book will not only have a leg up in selecting and getting into the right law school, they will get more out of it when they are there connecting with their professors and conducting their job search."
--Diane M. Downs, Associate Dean, Career Planning & Placement, University of Pennsylvania Law School

"Anna Ivey's advice is real insider information. I was put into her shoes as a former dean of admissions, and I saw the application process from that side of the desk. A must-read for anyone considering law school!"
--Katherine Cohen, PhD, author of The Truth about Getting In and Rock Hard Apps

"The Ivey Guide to Law School Admissions is the book I wish I'd had when applying to law school. The Ivey Guide is quite simply the first and best resource for law school applicants."
--Marshall Camp,

"Admissions officers around the country will be wringing their hands over this book -- it will be difficult to reject applicants who follow Ms. Ivey's timely, witty, and practical tips."
--Lyle Roberts, partner at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati

"Finally, a law school guide that tells it like it is! From how law schools break down their applicant pool to what really sets an applicant apart, there is no more intimate or current an account of the law school admissions process than the Ivey Guide."
--Gail P. Dave, Vice President and Counsel,  Deutsche Bank AG

"Law school applicants everywhere will find Anna Ivey's book a useful, indeed essential, roadmap for the journey ahead."
--James Ho, Law Clerk, U.S. Supreme Court

"Ivey's book is stuffed with the best advice I have ever read for aspiring lawyers. It spells out in concrete detail exactly what it takes to separate yourself from the crowd."
--Ross Davies, Former Editor in Chief, The University of Chicago Law Review