How We Help Law School Applicants Gain Admission
Each year, many law schools accept less than 10% of applicants into their programs. Most competitive candidates have high GPAs and LSAT scores and impressive extracurricular activities. Since law schools typically do not interview candidates, the additional parts of the application (i.e., the personal statement and autobiographical sketch) provide the only opportunity to speak to the admissions committee and, in many cases, differentiate candidates from the competition.
We are here to help you through your journey to law school admission and beyond:
- Academic Planning: We help prior to the application process to strengthen an applicant’s profile.
- Application Essays: Review of personal statements / application essays for Canadian, U.S. and overseas programs.
- Autobiographical Sketches: Review of autobiographical sketches for Canadian, U.S. and overseas programs.
- Mock Interviews for Law School: Relevant mainly for law schools outside Canada. (Most Canadian law schools do not interview applicants from the regular applicant pool as a method of evaluating candidates. However, in certain cases, such as special status candidates or applicants on a wait-list, the interview is often a critical component of admission into law school.)
Our role is to provide you with a focused method to gain the skills necessary to get into law school.
THE ASTROFF PATH TO SUCCESS
We mentor and guide our clients through every step of the process, from planning, to application review, to interview preparation, and beyond graduation. We are there to provide support to our clients throughout their academic journey towards their chosen career path.