If you do not have a high GPA and/or LSAT, do not count yourself out the running for competitive law schools. Not only has it gotten even more difficult to be accepted to undergraduate institutions, the competition for admission into masters and Juris Doctorate programs has gotten tougher as well. Most applicants have a high GPA […]

Now that I have completed my law school application process, received responses from every school that I have applied to, and paid my seat deposits, a heavy load has been lifted from my tired shoulders. I have been accepted to several schools, something that I didn’t know was possible last year, and I am no […]

It is the middle of March. That means prospective law students are beginning their school touring season. I am currently squeezing tours into this last month before seat deposits are due. Of course, prospective law students do not have to make their final decisions in April. However, I want to narrow down my prospective schools […]

My gap year is an emotional roller coaster. Some days I’ll wake up with a long list of things to do and I won’t feel accomplished until they are complete. Other days I’ll feel accomplished if I just wake up before noon. I was under the impression that my gap year would be a stress-free […]

Seeing my schoolmates begin their careers is inspiring. At times, however, it made me feel like I wasn’t doing enough. Even though I am in my gap year and I should be traveling and enjoying the moments before the stress of law school inevitably kicks in, I feel unhappy when I am unproductive. I went […]

  I graduated from college about 6 months ago and I am currently enjoying my gap year before law school. I started this blog to help myself figure out what I really want out of life and hopefully help others in the process. Writing definitely makes situations clear to me and right now my blurry […]