Essays that worked for law schools: 35 essays from successful applications to the nation's top law schools
Mustang Pub., Nov 1, 1988 - Law - 112 pages
For applicants to law schools, nothing causes more anxiety than the essay: it's often the crucial factor in whether a candidate is admitted or rejected. This book gives frank, concise advice from law school admissions officers and is a must for every law school applicant.
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