The Company

Hope’s Promise Publishing specializes in publications geared to Black high school and college students, as well as graduates interested in pursuing a professional legal education.

We believe that with preparation, strategic planning, encouragement and solid information, you will have the tools you need to succeed. We provide key information along with encouragement and insight from an African American perspective. We are the only “niche” publisher focused on this particular specific demographic in the entire country.

Hope’s Promise Publishing’s official new logo is the twin Sankofa birds. In Ghanaian culture, the Sankofa symbolizes the importance of learning from the past and giving back in order to make positive progress in the future. This belief is the foundation from which this company was built and will continue to stand.

Author Bio



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Evangeline Mitchell has graciously shared her own experiences and enlisted the knowledge of 75 talented African American law students and several admissions officers to create a work that will prove invaluable for all, especially African Americans, interested in pursuing legal study. The true beauty of this work is that it grants access to an abundance of information that is often veiled in the competitive admissions environment. This volume is an incredible public service to potential law students, from high school prodigies who are now plotting their path to law school to those who are considering a change later in their career path.
Richard J. Reddick, ED.D., Professor, University of Texas at Austin


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