Whether you dream of becoming a litigator, aim to follow your passion into family law, or simply desire to think critically in a new way, you know one thing is for sure: Law school is your next step. Of course, before you can tackle torts, contracts, or constitutional law, you must identify the schools you want to target and master the law school admissions process.



Going Beyond the Test Score and the Transcript.

Once you’ve taken the LSAT and submitted your transcript, which was set in stone the day you graduated from college, you can move on to the aspects of the application you can control today. Use your story to capture the attention of that admissions officer who has the power to place you in their incoming class.

Make Your Case.

Make a case outlining why law school is the perfect intersection of where you have been and where you want to go. Tell a story about your commitment to the study of law by incorporating some of your most meaningful leadership experiences and community involvements.


We look forward to meeting you, putting together a plan of action for achieving your educational goals and, ultimately, translating your abilities, accomplishments and aspirations into a convincing case for admission into one of the world’s premier institutions for law.