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Law school scholarship tips from an actual application reader

Looking for law school scholarship tips that work? Law Preview President, Don Macaulay, gives you his best tips for scholarship applicants. Now that the excitement of gaining admission to law school has passed and your seat deposit(s) have been submitted, reality begins to set in — you’re going to have to pony up some serious …

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Law & Economics — A Crash Course For Law School Applicants

If you attend law school — especially a school like University of Chicago Law School where Law and Economics envelopes the pedagogy — you’ll learn that by applying economic theory to the analysis of law, theorists can explain: the effect of laws, which legal rules are reasonable and economically efficient, and, ultimately, accurately predict the …

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Can 1L grades impact how much I pay for law school?

Unfortunately, yes. It’s well documented that the vast majority of law firm recruiting takes place during the fall semester of law students’ second year, and first year (1L) grades are all that legal employers have at their disposal at the time when deciding which students to hire into their summer associate programs. What may not …

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Next step: you should be applying for scholarships

You’ve taken the LSAT and applied for law school. Now what? While you wait to hear back about your admissions status, it’s a good time to start thinking about how you’re going to pay for law school. Start with AdmissionsDean.com, your resource for pre-law advice and scholarship assistance. Below, we’ll walk you through the free account …

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