Robert H. Miller graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in May 1998, where he was Senior Editor of the Law Review, and from Yale University in 1993. He is presently a trial lawyer at Sheehan, Phinney, Bass & Green in Manchester, NH where he specializes in constitutional, intellectual property, and business litigation. He is the author of the critically-acclaimed law school preparatory book Law School Confidential. Katherine K. Loucks graduated from Northwestern University's Kellogg Graduate School of Management in June 2001, and from Yale University in 1996. Before attending business school, she was a founding partner and manager of InLight, Inc, a software and Internet-based patient education services firm. She now lives in Denver, CO where she is helping to found a real estate development enterprise.
"Wondering what it takes to get into business school? Trying to determine whether an M.B.A. will advance your career? Uncertain about what business school is really all about, and what it will take to succeed when you get there? If you are considering business school, currently applying to business school, or presently in business school, Business School Confidential is a book you should not be without" --Princeton Review "Thorough... its thoughtful insights will stick with b-school candidates long afterwards." --BizEd Magazine