Law Student Spotlight

Law Student Spotlight: Liesl Eschbach

In this law student spotlight, we introduce Liesl Eschbach, who used our application assistance services. Read further to see how we were able to assist her!

Law Student Spotlight: Liesl Eschbach

Student Spotlight: Liesl Alyse Eschbach

Undergraduate School: Berklee College of Music, 2018

Graduate School: Berklee Online, 2019

Career Prior to Law School: Musician, Artist And Repertoire Manager at Prudential Music Group.

Law School: Michigan State University College of Law

Partnered with JDA for: Personal statement services

Liesl was a musician, vocalist, recording artist, and music manager before deciding to pursue her dream of becoming an attorney focusing on music and entertainment law. She attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts where she majored in music business and management and minored in history. She then earned her masters in music business from Berklee Online in 2019.

Liesl is now a member of the incoming first-year class at Michigan State University College of Law where she was awarded a very generous scholarship for all three years of attendance. She also received merit-based scholarships to Pepperdine University and Wayne State University.

She is an incredibly talented, dedicated, and high-achieving student who is very deserving of our student spotlight.

Check out our interview with Liesl to find out how she chose Michigan State Law and her advice for students applying to law school now!

Meet Liesl Eschbach

What made you want to go to law school?

During my undergraduate degree, I decided I had a strong desire to work in the music industry in a role apart from that of a musician. I realized I wanted to be the individual that could help musicians secure fair deals with record labels, publishers, and other music business entities and organizations.

Having taken time off after undergrad, what did you do before applying to law school?

I was a musician, as well as an artist and repertoire manager at Prudential Music Group.

What do you wish you knew at the start of the application process that you know now?

Rachel [the Director of Prelaw Services] made sure I was incredibly informed regarding my applications and the application process. There is nothing I feel like I need to know now that I did not know at the start of my applications

Any tips or advice for future law school applicants?

I think law student applicants do not need to put so much pressure on themselves. Eventually, you will end up where you are meant to be. Trust in the process and you will find what is a good fit for you.

What is your legal dream job after graduation? 

To be an attorney working in the music industry.

How did JD Advising help you through the application process?

JD Advising was very helpful throughout the application process. Rachel was thoughtful and organized in her approach to advising my personal statement and other necessary essays for my application. She was also available for every question.

Liesl worked with Rachel Margiewicz, our Director of Prelaw Services, in polishing her personal statement for law school submission. For more information on our one-on-one application assistance services with admissions experts or LSAT tutoring from experienced teachers who scored in the 99th percentile, reach out to us at [email protected].

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