Complete Book of Law Schools 2001

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Random House Information Group, 2000 - 350 pages
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Choosing and getting admitted to the right law school is an important process. A student ready to apply is committing thousands of dollars (and years of loan payments) to this endeavor. This book gives students the benefit of all the information they need about a school (tuition, admissions data, average LSAT scores, etc.). We tell students everything they need to know, such as: what LSAT score does it take to get in? what's the acceptance rate? what's the placement rate for graduating students? how heavy is the workload? can you expect a high salary?

We also include an "employment profile" of each school covered, so students can see what might be in store after graduating. Here's Stanford University's employment profile:

% grads employed immediately: 97

% grads employed within 6 months: 98

Average starting salary: $76,466

Grads employed by field (%):

private practice: 59

business/industry: 12

judicial clerkships: 25

public interest: 2

academia: 2

A complete guide to the law school admissions process, and informative looks at over 200 top schools, makes The Complete Book of Law Schools the most helpful book on the market.

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Contents

Applying to Law School
13
The LSAT
21
Writing a Great Personal Statement
33
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Ian Van Tuyl is a Double Monkee and the author of the original Princeton Review Guide to the Best U.S. Law Schools.

Tallia has been a teacher and trainer with the Princeton Review since 1990.

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