Kaplan Newsweek Law School Admissions Adviser

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Kaplan, 2000 - Study Aids - 220 pages
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The Insider's Guide to Getting Into Law School Choosing and getting into the right school is crucial to getting the most out of your law school years -- and your career as a lawyer. Kaplan and Newsweek have brought together some of the nation's top admissions experts to create this exclusive guide to getting into law school. This excellent resource includes: * Advice from top admissions officers on writing persuasive personal statements, obtaining the best recommendations, preparing your application, and more.
* Expert guidance on choosing the best options for financing law school, including tips on financial aid, borrowing, and managing expenses.
* Specialized information for every student, including minorities, women, gays and lesbians, the disabled, and others.

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Ruth Lammert-Reeves has been a college administrator for more than 20 years. For 20 of those years she has been employed at Georgetown University Law Center, where she has been assistant dean of financial aid since 1990. Active in national financial aid organizations, she has also served as a board member of the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC). She is well known within the legal educational community, frequently speaking on topics related to legal education and how to finance it.

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