Anna Ivey

Anna Ivey

Founder, Anna Ivey Consulting

Anna founded Ivey Consulting to help applicants of all stripes apply to selective colleges and law schools in the United States. She grew up in Germany, attended high school in Massachusetts, and earned her B.A. in History at Columbia University and her law degree at the University of Chicago. In college, she spent a year at Cambridge University, where she was awarded the annual Newnham Prize for distinguished undergraduate work in History. During law school, she served on the board of the University of Chicago Law Review and served as research assistant to Prof. Lawrence Lessig on topics ranging from Constitutional Law to Cyberlaw.  After graduating, she worked at two law firms in Los Angeles before returning to the University of Chicago in her admissions role and becoming Dean of Admissions at the Law School. She next worked in development at Stanford University before founding Ivey Consulting. She is the author of The Ivey Guide to Law School Admissions and co-author of How to Prepare a Standout College Application. Anna also co-founded the non-profit Service to School, which mentors transitioning military veterans through the college and graduate school application process.