May 19, 2010
AdmissionsConsultants senior law school adviser Mark Meyerrose is among the
sources quoted in the soon-to-released 2010 edition of "U.S. News Ultimate Guide
to Law Schools." The newest edition of this annual guide, available on pre-order
from Amazon, delivers 528 pages of rankings, advice and comments on top law
schools, admissions information, financial aid, and projected employment
prospects for graduates of reviewed schools.
In the guide, Meyerrose, who has been with AdmissionsConsultants since 2001,
discusses the importance of understanding the cultural differences between law
"Someone who is thinking of Yale, which is very small and 'all for one, one
for all' might be very unhappy at Harvard, a big school of very competitive,
very motivated Type A people," says Meyerrose, a former Harvard Law
admissions officer who now advises law school applicants for
AdmissionsConsultants, Inc., an independent Virginia-based counseling firm
that helps clients get into college and graduate school.
Meyerrose earned a college degree and undergraduate degree from Harvard. He
spent one year in Harvard Law School's financial aid office before joining the
school's admissions team. He later served as the associate director of
admissions at Dartmouth University's Tuck School of Business.