Articles by Levine, Ann
Read Ann's final law school admissions tips.
Changing law schools is no simple task. Find out what it takes.
Applicants should get to the point, avoid being overdramatic, and draw upon personal experiences.
Fewer students are applying and are putting more weight on rankings than other factors.
Talk to lawyers in order to find out if law school, and a career practicing law, is right for you.
Taking the time to meet admissions officials from schools you've applied to bolsters your chances of getting in.
Decide whether ranking, location, or affordability matters most to you.
You've just taken the LSAT and doubts are now prevalent. Use these tips to clear your mind.
Unruly behavior will come back to haunt you. Don't do it on the Internet or in the classroom.
It's okay to apply to reach schools, but be sure you have a safety net.