Podcast

25 Nov 2019

Podcast: The Waiting is Long and Full of Terrors

In this podcast, Spivey Consulting Group Founder and Partner Mike Spivey discusses the hardest part of the law school admissions process—the waiting—and how it can cause some applicants to hurt their own chances of admission.

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12 Nov 2019

Podcast: Mike Spivey on the Darker Side of Self-Doxing in Law School Admissions

In this podcast, Spivey Consulting Group Founder and Partner Mike Spivey discusses what happens when a law school applicant posts something that deeply offends or insults law school admissions officers who may know who they are in real life.

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14 Oct 2019

Podcast: Calming Your LSAT Anxiety

Something we encounter all too often is applicants who put so much pressure on themselves when they are taking the LSAT that it ends up being counterproductive, barring them from performing near the highest level of which they are capable.

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09 Oct 2019

Podcast: Traits of Law School Applicants Who Outperform Their Numbers

In this podcast, Spivey Consulting Group Founder and Partner Mike Spivey discusses commonalities between applicants who punch above their numbers.

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08 Sep 2019

Podcast: Do you have to explain WHY you are going to law school in your law school application?

In this episode, Mike Spivey discusses whether you have to explain why you are going to law school in your law school application.

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04 Jun 2019

What makes for successful law school admission?

Spivey Consulting Partner Mike Spivey [https://www.spiveyconsulting.com/about/] talks about the two primary things at the highest order that make applications stand out and elevate in the admissions process.

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08 Sep 2016

Podcast: "When is it early/When is it late?" in the admissions cycle

Danielle Early and Mike Spivey speak for 30 minutes on application submission timing. And a bit more below from Michigan Law Dean of Admissions Sarah Zearfoss. Here is Dean Z.: "Totally agree that before Thanksgiving is “early” in any school’s universe. All law school admissions officers are hitting the bricks from mid-September to mid-November; some offices are structured in a way that allows them to make some decisions despite the travel schedule, but the number of offers are a mere pittance

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04 Apr 2016

USNWR Law School Rankings & How to Choose a Law School Podcast

Just click on the link and let it roll http://culawschool.org/media/moss/moss-4-1-16.mp3 -Mike

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11 Mar 2015

Podcast of 2016 USNWR Law Rankings. Send us your questions!

Scott Moss, longtime chair of the Colorado Law faculty admissions committee, data guru, and still a dead ringer for Fred Savage [http://lawweb.colorado.edu/profiles/profile.jsp?id=258] and I will be doing a Podcast Monday, March 16th on the new USNWR rankings. We will upload the file here once we are done. In the meantime, please feel free to tweet [https://twitter.com/SpiveyConsult] or email us at info@spiveyconsulting.com us questions you’d like for us to discuss.

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26 Jan 2015

Podcast Annoucement

As a few may recall, I was lucky enough to get to do a podcast for The Bucket List Life [http://thebucketlistlife.com/podcast-episodes/], one of iTunes' most popular podcasts. This constituted about 50 minutes covering a wide-variety of topics including law school admissions. We blogged it here [http://spiveyconsulting.com/blog/podcast-with-mike-spivey/]. It looks like I am lucky again. I will be doing another on February 23rd, this one entirely on goal-setting and motivation (research topics o

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