Associate Dean Ann K. Perry Shares Admissions Tips

UChicago Law graduates make on average $190,000 a year. Here's how to get in, according to admissions, students, and consultants.

The University of Chicago Law School is the fourth-best law school in the US, according to US News and World Report.

Insider spoke with current and former admissions officers, consultants, and graduates to learn what it takes to make your application stand out.

According to Ann K. Perry, associate dean of admissions and head of the admissions department, UChicago takes a "broad and holistic view" of each applicant.

"When applying, an applicant needs to make sure that they use every item in their application as a way to advocate for their acceptance," Perry told Insider. While some students believe that admissions looks only at test scores and GPA, the resume, personal statement, and letters of recommendation are also very important.

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