Want to get into N.C. Central University's law school?
Here's a hint: Write a strong personal statement.
That's the advice from Raymond Pierce, the school's dean, in this story from the National Law Journal. It's partially a profile of Pierce, who came to NCCU following stints in the Clinton administration and in private practice in Washington D.C.
But it is also partially a primer on what NCCU's law school - which the story suggests if vastly underrated - looks for in its students.