Free eBook Launched To Help Students Write Effective Law School Applications

Share Article launches a completely free 29 page eBook completely dedicated to the process of writing a dominate Law School application which can increase acceptance rates.

This eBook is a game changer for all aspiring law school applicants, an online resource for high school and college students aspiring to be a lawyer announced the release of their new eBook titled “Complete Guide To Writing A Dominate Law School Application.”

“This eBook is a game changer for all aspiring law school applicants” said Nicholas LeRoy, owner of “We believe we’re the first to actively research and put together a complete free resource for creating the most dominate law school application possible. This eBook doesn’t only include general tips on what to do and what to avoid, it also supplies real life examples of applications submitted and accepted by Ivy League law schools.”

Topics covered within “Complete Guide To Writing A Dominate Law School Application.” Include:

  •     Overview of the Law School Application Process
  •     LSAC and LSAT
  •     Filling out the Law School Application
  •     Writing A Personal Statement
  •     Recommendations Letters
  •     Creating a Great Resume
  •     Frequently Asked Questions

Nicholas further elaborates that the eBook “covers everything in the law school application process. From signing up for a free account on to writing personal statements and even tips for making sure you get the best reference letters possible”.
This eBook is 100% FREE and more information about the eBook and directions for downloading it can be read here:

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