Complete Book of Law Schools, 2002 Edition

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Random House, 2001 - Law schools - 348 pages
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All the information you need to make a crucial decision.
The law school an applicant chooses determines how he/she will spend the next three years of his/her life and greatly influences how well he/she will do in the job market when he/she graduates. The Complete Book of Law Schools gives readers the lowdown on all ABA & CBA accredited schools in the United States and Canada. It also provides all the practical information students will want when they apply:
- What are the average GPA and LSAT scores of admitted students?
- What is the student/faculty ratio?
- What is the job placement rate for graduates?
- How generous is each school's financial aid package?
- Campus and e-mail addresses, telephone numbers, admissions deadlines, tuition, and more
Features:
- Complete and up-to-date information on 202 accredited law schools
- All the information applicants need to choose and apply: addresses, Web sites, deadlines, tuition, employment profiles, and more
- Advice from the test experts on how to crack the LSAT

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Contents

Applying to Law School
13
The LSAT
21
Writing a Great Personal Statement
33
Recommendations
41
Real Life Work Experience and Community Service
47
Interviews
51
Choosing a Law School
53
Money Matters
59
Indexes
327
Alphabetical List of Schools
329
Law Program Name
331
Location
333
Cost
337
Enrollment of Law School
339
Average LSAT
341
Average Undergrad GPA
343

Career Matters
67
Law School 101
73
How to Excel at Any Law School
79
How to Use This Book
87
Law School Profiles
97
Average Starting Salary
345
Pass Rate for FirstTime Bar
347
About the Author
349
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About the author (2001)

Owens attended Cornell College, and currently attends Loyola Chicago School of Law. He teaches and writes for The Princeton Review.

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