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“Ann was an absolute pleasure to work with, and she made navigating the daunting law school application process easy. Her patience, knowledge and guidance throughout the process made applying to law school seem manageable. I truly believe Ann’s help and insight made a difference in my application. She not only helped me with my essays and applications, but also with managing my expectations. Ann supported and encouraged me throughout the entire process, and when I opted to remain on the wait list at one of my top choices, she continued to work with me every step of the way until I was eventually accepted off of that wait list. I highly recommend Ann and encourage every potential law school applicant to work with her!” – Sarah G.
Law schools expect to see a resume with your law school application. For professionals returning to school (non-traditional applicants) the challenge is changing their resume from a professional, skills-focused resume to one where their achievements and activities are explained in a way that will allow law schools to appreciate how they have spent their time.
For traditional applicants and recent college graduates, the resume provides an opportunity to highlight academic, extra-curricular, work-related and personal accomplishments and interests, including language skills and travel.