Setting the Bar: LSBA Pre-Law Conference; Mar. 2nd

Setting the Bar: LSBA Pre-Law Conference; Mar. 2nd


The LSBA Diversity Committee and the Tulane and Loyola Black Law Student Associations hosted for about 42 college students from around the State a two day SETTING THE BAR: Louisiana State Bar Association Pre-Law Conference on February 16th and March 2nd.  This workshop enlightened college students on the law school admissions process and provided helpful tips to effectively navigate that process and tackle the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT).
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The first day of the program consisted of a series of information sessions from key admissions personnel from area law schools, who shared essential information on applications, resumes, personal statements, and financial aid. A representative from Kaplan shared tips on preparing for and taking the LSAT. Finally, students were exposed to a mock law school class. Day two of the workshop gave the 12 attending students the opportunity to take the LSAT under normal testing conditions/times. Students who attended both days of the program were entered into a raffle for a $1,600 tuition scholarship from Kaplan. To receive information about the 2014 program, please contact Kelly McNeil Legier (Kelly.Legier@lsba.org; (504) 619-0129) or Bonnie DeSalle (bmdesalle@gmail.com; (504) 231-4641).




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