No One Knows JD Admissions Better

It helps to have a partner with expert knowledge derived from mastering the law school admissions process. The Veritas Prep Law School admissions team features consultants from Yale, Harvard, Stanford, and all of the nation’s elite programs. Additionally, consultants are available from each of the four tiers of law schools. With Veritas Prep you gain an ally with a J.D. from each of the law schools to which you are applying.

The law school admissions process is challenging and often intimidating. Students who have spent years preparing for graduate work and hours in preparation for the LSAT should leave nothing to chance. Veritas Prep’s admissions experts will show you how to make the most of your candidacy with refined personal statements, strategically crafted resumes, and a personalized Law School Game Plan™ for attacking the admissions process.
 

Benefit from Our Experience

The biggest problem that many applicants face is the inability to see themselves the way that admissions officers see them. The skills and experiences that seem outstanding to a young adult may or may not appeal to an admissions officer at a top-ranked law school. The reverse is also true – attributes that may seem run of the mill to an applicant may actually be highly unique and appealing to someone evaluating an application. We can tell the difference, and we can show you how to do the same.

Our admissions consultants have the experience, skills, and perspective necessary to see an applicant the same way a law school admissions officer will. As a result, the consultant is uniquely situated to provide you with an objective evaluation that highlights strengths, weaknesses, and differentiating factors.

By working with an expert who has been through the process before, you will gain insight into the way an objective, qualified outsider evaluates you as a candidate. No longer will you be bound by your own lack of experience in the admissions process. You will know who you are in the eyes of the people who will decide your fate in the admissions process.
 

Advice Tailored to Your Specific Needs

After speaking with you at length and getting to know you well, your admissions consultant will prepare your personalized Law School Game Plan™, a strategic approach based on your professional, academic, and personal history. Those elements make up the foundation of your admissions story, allowing you to demonstrate intellectual curiosity, collegiality, discipline, sincerity, leadership, and potential for academic excellence. The Law School Game Plan is the most transformative document that you will receive from your consultant. An applicant armed with a self-awareness that hews more closely to the admissions committee’s perception has an advantage over the competition.

The law school admissions consultant serves as your direct advisor throughout the application process. Your consultant will objectively evaluate your candidacy and help ensure that you have selected the right schools. Working specifically on one of your applications, your consultant will show you how to take ownership over the experience and market yourself effectively to the law school admissions committee through powerful and persuasive writing samples. Your consultant will also assist with every other aspect of the application process.
 

Admissions Help for the Most Elite Law Schools

The Veritas Prep team consists of consultants from all the finest law schools. Our team can tell you precisely what each admissions committee is looking for in a successful candidate because they gained admission to and graduated from these very schools themselves. Our experts can demystify the murky admissions process, offering proven techniques to help you elevate your application materials, take ownership over the process, and give you the best possible chance of gaining admission to your school of choice. The current team of consultants includes graduates, faculty members, and admission representatives from each of the country’s elite law schools, including Yale, Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, NYU, Chicago, Penn, Berkeley, Michigan and many more, several award-winning writers, and dozens of incredible legal professionals.
 

Our Team of JD Admissions Consultants


Sanjukta Paul, Yale
Nirth Circuit Clerk, Coker Fellow at Yale, and Masters in Philosophy from Pittsburgh

Aziza Ahmed, Harvard and Berkeley
Consultant for the United Nations, participant in the Berkeley-Harvard Exchange Program

Sarah Diamond, Harvard
MFA in writing from Otis College of Art & Design, former Director of Programming at the Slamdance Film Festival

Kathy-Ann Hart, Harvard
Co-founded Harvard Legal Aid Bureau’s Diversity Task Force, former professor at Northeastern Law School

Jessica Pishko, Harvard
Mentor for Harvard’s Women’s Law Association, Alumni Admissions Consultant at Rice Unversity, former associate and legal recruiter

Debbie Rosenbaum, Harvard
Enrolled in both the MBA and J.D. programs at Harvard, First Circuit Governor in the Law Student Division of the American Bar Association

Grace Yeh, Harvard
Former associate at Pillsbury Winthrop and Hogan & Harston, regulation general counsel’s office at FINRA, and interviewer for Harvard College

Betsy Walls, Stanford
Winner of the Sobieski Prize for Creative Thinking in Economics, editorial member of the Stanford Daily, former teaching assistant in the Stanford Economics department

Richard Aberman, NYU
Currently attending NYU Law with a scholarship in the Leadership Program in Law and Business

Chitra Aiyar, NYU
Former consultant with the Brennan Center for Justice on the Hurricane Katrina Reconstruction Project, attorney for the African Services Committee

Randy Tom, NYU
Chairman, CEO, and Founder of Dynasty Capital Services LLC, student representative on the admissions committee at NYU

Laura Carrier, Columbia and Berkeley
Currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Jurisprudence and Social Policy

Tam Pham, Columbia
Former associate at Milbank Tweed, Clerk in the Northern District of California

Aimee Pringle, Columbia
Former associate at Winston & Strawn, Admissions Chair of Columbia’s Black Law Student Association

Steve Martinez, Chicago
Former In-House Council and Director of Business Development at LawGuru.com, former associate at Fenwick & West and Bingham McCutchen

Stephen Angelides, Berkeley
Order of the Coif and a dual degree – J.D. and M.P – from Berkeley, former adjunct professor, and State of California legal professional

Felicia Ortiz, Berkeley
Founder of Ortiz Consulting

Heather Zenone, Berkeley
Served on the admissions committee at Berkeley and co-founded the Impact209 research coalition

Alisa Greenstein, Penn
Former associate at Paul Weiss, Assistant Professor of Law at Cardozo Law School

Thomas Phillips, Penn and Virginia
Former Assistant Dean of Admissions at the University of Virginia, member of the Public Interest Scholar admissions committee at Penn Law School, and Director of Admissions and Financial Aid at Penn State’s Dickinson School of Law

Andrea Timashenka, Penn
Worked in the Admissions Office at Penn, member of the Child Advocacy Clinic, currently is an associate with Bergmann & Moore and has a manuscript under peer review for the 2008 Food and Drug Law Journal

Amy Au, Northwestern and Tier Two
Former admissions officer at Northwestern and prosecutor in the San Diego District Attorney’s office

Bonnie Tunick, Northwestern
Award-winning mediator and arbitrator, published author, has served as senior in-house counsel for a Fortune 100 company

Jacob Barney, Vanderbilt
Experience at Baker Botts and with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

Nadine Chabrier, UCLA
HIV advocacy attorney with experience in the L.A. County Public Defender’s office

Giwoong Park, UCLA
Former owner of Eaton SAT, former front office member of the San Diego Padres, and Yale Alumni Admissions Interviewer

Stephanie Dourado, Virginia
Former associate with Baker Botts, past experience in the major crimes division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office

Nicole Eitmann, Iowa
Holds a Master’s Degree in Public Policy and is pursuing a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, Political Science professor at Baruch College

Zahie El Kouri, Cornell
Writing coach, former professor of legal writing, author of the Vault Career Guide to Corporate Law

Karin Esposito, Boston
Professor at the Kazakhstan Institute for Management, project manager for the Geneva Institute of International and Development Studies and the political division of the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, former researcher for the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in The Hague

Pamela Hoh, USC
Former associate with Meyer Olson & Lowry, currently the Recruiting Manager at Robert Half Legal

Douglas Strasnick, USC
First ever USC Law Rothman Scholar, former associate at Proskauer Rose, current counsel at Lifetime Networks

Malana Jones, Pepperdine
Earning PhD in Higher Education from UCLA, Special Assistant to the Dean at Pepperdine School of Law, research attorney for BarBri

Cathren Koehlert, Texas
Legal writing professor and appellate advocacy professor, former instructor in the UT Paralegal Program, published author

Jeanette Moore, Emory
Former associate at Hunton and Williams and current employee with the Legal Aid Society of Hawaii

Miranda Petrillo, Georgetown
Formerly a commercial litigation associate at Thelen Reid & Priest LLP and a legal editor at LexisNexis, and currently a Managing Director at Major, Lindsey & Africa, a global attorney search consultant firm

David Smith, Georgetown
Worked for Georgetown University Law Center’s Office of Admissions, former associate in New York office of Akin Gump, holds a Masters of Arts in Religion from Yale

Lisa Reichmann, Duke
Former recruiting Manager at Jones Day, former associate at Akin Gump, and 5-time participant in the Boston Marathon

Melissa Tong, Duke
Six years of corporate and real estate transactional experience working at both a national law firm and as in-house counsel

Andrew Winters, Duke
Formerly with the New Hampshire Public Defender office, currently opening his own law firm

Amir Sarrashtehdary, Hastings
Former President of the Brightline Defense Project, head of Trusts & Estates at Brayton Purcell

Jared Sheer, Michigan
Youngest executive in Sony’s history as Manager of A&R at age 20, creative consultant to president of Mercury Records
Don’t see your target school listed? Don’t worry – our law school admissions experts’ knowledge and experience can help you improve your chances at any law school, from a “T-14″ program to a local law school. Give us a call at 800-925-7737 and find out how we can help you.