Law School Admissions Consulting

Navigating the law school application process can be difficult. An application to law school includes many parts, and each part of the law school application serves a different role in the decision-making process used by law schools. While comparative evaluation of LSAT and GPA numbers is easy, many students find that they do not know what criteria are used in evaluating the less quantifiable portions of a student's application, such as the personal statement.

LEX™ Law School Application and Personal Statement Counselors offer students insight into the law school application process and the criteria whereby each element of an application to law school will be judged. A LEX consultant can also discuss with an applicant key decisions such as selecting providers of letters of recommendation.

LEX law school admissions counselors are available to address each of the following law school application parts:

  • Law School Personal Statement
  • Résumé for Law Schools
  • Law School-Specific Essays
  • Finding the Right Law School
  • Law School Diversity Statement
  • Supplementary Materials for Law School Application
  • Re-Taking the LSAT

In light of the significant difference between studying at one law school and another law school and the impact this difference can have on one's legal career, LEX admissions counseling can play a vital role in a law school applicant's career.

LEX Law School Admissions Counseling

Please submit the LEX enrollment form or call us at (310) 741-1302 to get started today.

What our students are saying

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~ Los Angeles, LEX BarRev™ California Bar Exam Private Tutoring Student

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