Anna Ivey

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Anna Ivey is a published author and nationally known graduate school admissions counselor at her own firm, Anna Ivey Admissions Counseling.

She is the author of "The Ivey Guide to Law School Admissions," published by Harcourt.

In the past, she was Dean of admissions at University of Chicago Law School. She has been interviewed for her expertise on law school admissions by newspapers such as The New York Times,[1] The Wall Street Journal,[2] and The Chicago Sun-Times.[3] She has also been a guest on numerous radio stations.[4]

Prior to her time at Chicago, where she was first a law student, Ivey attended Columbia, and spent her junior year at Cambridge.


  1. ^ New York Times - "Career Couch: Served as King of England, Said the Resume," by Matt Vilano, March 19, 2006 and New York Times - "One Good Career Deserves Another," by Lisa Belkin, November 6, 2005
  2. ^ The Wall Street Journal - "How Far Does Diversity Go," by Daniel Golden, June 25, 2003
  3. ^ Chicago Sun-Times - "School's in ... the Home: Homeschooling Kids Grow in Number, Educational Success," by Cheryl Jackson, September 7, 2005
  4. ^ See the listing of radio stations that have featured Anna Ivey on the Press Page Archived April 10, 2006, at the Wayback Machine. at her website.

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