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    LSAC's Letter of Recommendation Service (LOR) is offered as a convenience to LSDAS registrants, recommendation-letter writers, and LSDAS-participating law schools. Use of LSAC's LOR service is optional unless a law school to which you are applying states that it is required. This service allows you to use your LSAC online account to have your LORs sent to law schools based on each school's requirements or preferences, and to direct letters intended for specific schools. You may submit up to four general letters to be sent to every school to which you apply. For general letters, all you need to do is identify your recommenders, print out your prefilled letter of recommendation forms, and give the forms to the appropriate recommenders. Your recommender must sign the letter, insert it in his or her own envelope along with their letter of recommendation form, and send it directly to LSAC. LSAC will send your general letters to law schools in the order in which they are received (up to the number required or preferred by the law school). You may also submit targeted letters that you direct to specific law schools. Use of LSAC's LOR service is optional unless a law school to which you are applying states that its use is required. [LIST OF LAW SCHOOLS AND THEIR REQUIREMENTS.]

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          This article provides a general overview of the process of securing letters of recommendation and contains instructions and advice on how to make the most of your letters of recommendation now and how to overcome any obstacles that may come up. Although you may at first feel as though this is a component of the application that you cannot control because you are not writing the recommendation, you can strategically maximize the positive impact that letters of recommendation will have by learning about the following topics:

          1. Letters of Recommendation Overview

          2. LSDAS Letter of Recommendation Service

          3. Requirements for Letters of Recommendation

          4. Selecting a Good Recommender

          5. Requesting a Letter of Recommendation

          6. Following Up on a Letter of Recommendation

          7. Drafting Your Own Letter of Recommendation

          8. To Waive or Not to Waive

          LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION OVERVIEW

          An important element of the law school admissions process is securing letters of recommendation. Many schools, such as U.C. Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law view your personal statement and letters of recommendation as a combined 1/3 of your application, equal in value to the critical components of GPA and LSAT. Letters of recommendation provide law schools with a candid assessment of your abilities, and a good letter of recommendation can expand upon or reveal aspects of yourself that may not be otherwise apparent in your application. A strong letter of recommendation can improve your chances of admittance; however, it cannot make up for any serious weaknesses in your record.

          The best letters of recommendation are those that are comparative in nature. Recommendations that positively discuss your intellectual abilities, course load or work product in comparison to other students or coworkers (“She is best student I have ever taught in my entire career” or “He took the most difficult courses in the department”) weigh heavily with admissions officers. In addition, letters that can also comment on your character and goals in addition to your intellectual strengths are beneficial as well.
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                    UPES have incorporated great specializations in integrated Law program curriculum to make it more industry oriented. It offers specialized Law programs like B.Com LLB with specialization in Taxation Law, BA LLB with specialization in Energy Laws, BA LLB with specialization in Criminal Laws and many others. So you have advantage to study such specialized courses there. Plus it provides good exposure and learning though moot court competitions, seminars, guest lectures etc. Placements are also good. The last date to register for ULSAT exam is 3rd May 2016 and examination date is 14th May 2016. You can visit the website and apply for it now.

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