Donald Resnick has learned to spot the telltale signs. Slick packaging and a cookie-cutter personal essay are dead give-aways that an undergraduate has paid an admissions consultant to pretty up a law school application.

As a former dean of recruitment for New York University School of Law and the current director of graduate enrollment for the entire university, Resnick said he sees an increasing number of applications that he suspects are polished by admissions consultants.

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