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Don't Miss the May Edition of the Insider Edge Newsletter!
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This edition of our free, monthly newsletter will be released on Monday, May 5 and include these items:
Video: A Dual Degree – Is It Right For You?
Top Law Schools May be the Best Pick for Public Service
ASU Unveils New Sports Law Programs
AdmissionsBoards.com Law School Post of the Month
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The Advantage of Pre Law Work Experience
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Applicants applying to law school represent a wide spectrum of differing academic and professional backgrounds. A large number of applicants now have one or two years of work experience before they even begin the process of applying to law school. Some institutions even require that candidates work at least a year before applying. Work experience can certainly help an applicant differentiate him or herself from the rest of the competition.
Wendell Pritchett Named Interim Dean at Penn Law
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Wendell Pritchett, currently the chancellor of Rutgers University-Camden and a former professor and associate dean at Penn Law will be returning to Penn Law as the interim dean for the 2014-2015 year to give the school more time to conduct a formal search for a permanent dean. Obviously, we encourage all of our readers to consider the people in these positions when finalizing their own school selection lists!
Updated Book Reviews
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Our law school book reviews have been updated for the most recent editions as well as the continued feedback of both clients and consultants. As always, please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any comments, thoughts or suggestions!
The Pros and Cons of a Part-Time Law Degree
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Applicants often – and certainly sometimes wisely – pursue admission to law school through a part-time or evening program track. While not all law schools offer alternatives to full-time program, for many students, the part-time option offers a viable way to attend that dream school when either an LSAT score or GPA falls short of being competitive in the full-time pool.