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Events 2019-2020

Pre-Law events for the academic year are listed below. This page is updated throughout the term as new, upcoming events are added. Be sure to stay tuned to the Pre-Law listserv or the Hunter Gatherer for announcements. Please note that for events with limited capacity, students MUST be registered with the Pre-Law Program in order to participate.

 

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August

  • August 26, Monday (1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.) Law School Application & Personal Statement Workshop. You need only attend one session. This workshop targets students applying to law school this cycle for entry into law school for fall 2020. This workshop was also offered at the end of spring term and during the summer. Students who attended the spring/summer sessions need not attend, but are welcome if they would like a refresher or have questions. (Please attend a workshop before scheduling meetings for review of your application materials; reviews are handled in real time: in person, on the phone, or Facetime.) Room 602 A/B 721 East.
  • August 28, Wednesday (1:15 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.) Hunter Pre-Law Monthly Lunch & Learn: Is Law School Right for Me? Anita Walton, Assistant Dean for Admissions, Rutgers Law School will discuss the types of skills that make students successful as attorneys, and ways to begin to build them now as undergraduates. Room 602 A/B East. Pizza will be served.  Please RSVP at THIS LINK for lunch headcount.

September

  • September 6, Friday (12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.) Corporate Law and Sustainability - Visit to Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. Timothy Wilkins, Esq., Corporate and Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) partner, and the firms’ first global partner for client sustainability, will host a discussion on international M&A and the nature of corporate matters handled at large law firms ("big law"). The discussion will also focus on how attorneys’ concern for larger social issues are incorporated into their work. This intimate conference room session will be an informative discussion for students who aspire to a career in big law. Capped at 12. Office attire. Meet at 12:10 in the main lobby of 601 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10022. Lunch will be served. Please reply at THIS LINK to request a seat. Students will be notified by August 30 to confirm their attendance.
  • September 11, Wednesday (5:45 p.m. - 7:15 p.m.) Panel of Law School Officers on the Dos and Don'ts of the Application Process: Columbia, Fordham, Cardozo, Cornell. Law school admissions officers visit Hunter to meet you, and to explain what you need to know to write a great application. Hear first-hand what the law schools are looking for, and have the chance to network with law school representatives from New York. This panel is especially useful for alumni and Seniors applying for the 2019-20 cycle, or those planning to apply next year (Juniors, that means you!). Please RSVP at THIS LINK. Room 417 West. 
  • September 16, Monday (5:45 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.) Law School Application & Personal Statement Workshop. You need only attend one session. This workshop targets students applying to law school this cycle for entry into law school for fall 2020. This workshop was also offered at the end of spring term and during the summer. Students who attended the spring/summer sessions need not attend, but are welcome if they would like a refresher or have questions. (Please attend a workshop before scheduling meetings for review of your application materials; reviews are handled in real time: in person, on the phone, or Facetime.) Room 721 East.
  • September 18, Wednesday (1:15 – 2:45 p.m.) Visit with Yale Law Associate Dean of Admissions Miriam Ingber.Dean Ingber will discuss the unique opportunities at Yale Law School. The Dean will also discuss students who are successful applicants, and the way that students build extraordinary careers in the long term. She will take student questions as well. Hemmerdinger Hall, Room 705 East, 7th floor of the library.

    Box lunch will be available for pickup at 12:30 in Room 710 East (the reception area of the Pre-Professional suite) before the meeting. Please find a comfortable place to east in the 7th floor West lounge.  No food is allowed in Hemmerdinger Hall. Please RSVP at THIS LINK for lunch headcount.

  • September 25, Wednesday (5:45 p.m. - 7:15 p.m.) Lawyer Connection: Criminal Defense. James Henning, Esq. (Hunter B.A. ’10) will discuss his work defending the accused, including post-conviction hearings in light of new evidence. Room 721 East. We will order pizza. Please RSVP for headount at THIS LINK.

October

  • October 7, Monday (7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.) First Monday in October Award Ceremony & Legal Arguments. The Office of the Appellate Defender hosts a mock U.S. Supreme Court argument (named in acknowledgment of the traditional first day of the new Supreme Court session), followed by a ceremony honoring nationally recognized legal advocates. Each year this event highlights luminaries in the NYC legal community. New York University Kimmel Center, 60 Washington Square South, New York, NY 10012

Please hold the date. Students will receive follow up confirmation and arrival instructions after September 20; office attire, meet up at 7:00 p.m. for 7:30 argument start time. Hunter is purchasing these tickets on your behalf (FREE for you to attend) so students who RSVP must be committed to attending. It is an inspiring and impressive program each year.  Capped at 10 students only.  Request a seat at THIS LINK.

  • October 10, Thursday (5:45 p.m. - 7:15 p.m.) How to Network at the LSAC Forum. Lindsay Gladney, Vice Dean for Admissions, SUNY Buffalo School of Law, and Cathy M. Alexander, Assistant Dean for Admissions, Pace University-Elisabeth Haub School of Law, will discuss how to make a good impression on law school representatives at the LSAC forum, and how to effectively elicit the information that will be the most helpful to you. Room 721 East.
  • October 11, Friday (11 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.)  LSAC Forum GROUP VISIT Meet at the concierge desk in street level lobby at 10:45 a.m. for two special panels in anticipation of meeting law school representatives at 1:00 p.m. The event is free but registration is required. Downloading this form will be helpful: Questions to Ask at a Law School Fair. This forum is especially useful for alumni and Seniors applying for the 2019-20 cycle, or those planning to apply next year. Grand Hyatt New York, 109 E. 42nd Street, New York, NY 10017
  • October 15, Tuesday (5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.) LSAT Workshop with Testmasters. Introduction to the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) with an in-depth look at methodology for the most common questions, using examples from actual exams. The session will also include a discussion of the new digital version of the test. This session is good way for students to begin to familiarize themselves with this challenging entry test, and anticipate their study plans. Room 721 East.
  • October 16, Wednesday (5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.) Law School Application & Personal Statement Workshop. You need only attend one session. This workshop targets students applying to law school this cycle for entry into law school for fall 2020. This workshop was also offered at the end of spring term and during the summer. Students who attended the spring/summer sessions need not attend, but are welcome if they would like a refresher or have questions. (Please attend a workshop before scheduling meetings for review of your application materials; reviews are handled in real time: in person, on the phone, or Facetime.) Room 721 East.
  • October 23, Wednesday (5:45 p.m. - 7:15 p.m.) Lawyer Connection: Federal Clerkships. Deborah Francois, Esq. (Hunter B.A. ’10) will discuss her current work as a law clerk with the U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, and also her prior role as a litigator at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton. Pizza will be served. Room 721 East.

November

  • November 1, Friday (12:00 noon - 2 p.m.) Visit to Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Meet recent Hunter alumni who are now students at Cardozo and hear from them what best prepared them as undergraduates for the law school experience. Lunch will be provided. Tour will follow conference room seession. Meet at 11:45 in the main lobby at 55 Fifth Avenue, New York NY 10003. Please RSVP at THIS LINK for headcount.
  • November 5, Tuesday (5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.) Law School Application & Personal Statement Workshop. You need only attend one session. This workshop targets students applying to law school this cycle for entry into law school for fall 2020. This workshop was also offered at the end of spring term and during the summer. Students who attended the spring/summer sessions need not attend, but are welcome if they would like a refresher or have questions. (Please attend a workshop before scheduling meetings for review of your application materials; reviews are handled in real time: in person, on the phone, or Facetime.) Room 721 East.
  • November 8, Friday (12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.) Visit to Fried Frank: Attorney Diversity Panel. Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson sponsor a panel on “Thriving in Law School and as an Attorney.” Students will have the opportunity to mingle with Fried Frank associates to further discuss tips for legal careers and the dynamics of life in big law. Office attire. Meet at 12:30 p.m. in the main lobby of One New York Plaza, New York, NY 10004. Lunch will be served. POSTPONED UNTIL FEBRUARY. Stay tuned for new date.
  • November 8 & 9, Friday and Saturday, National Black Pre-Law Conference. This year's conference will be held at Columbia Law School. The program includes a variety of panels, keynote speakers, and a law school diversity networking fair. A full agenda appears on the website. The event is free but registration is required.
  • November 13, Wednesday (5:45 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.) Lawyer Connection: Immigration Law. Ana Guillcatanda, Esq. (B.A. '14), Immigration Staff Attorney, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York and Eda Derhemi, Esq. (B.A. '09), Associate, Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy will discuss the nature of their work in immigration law, and how it varies in different contexts. Room 721 East. We will order pizza. Please RSVP for headcount at THIS LINK.
  • November 14, Thursday (6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.) A Conversation with SEC Commissioner Hester M. Peirce. 20th Annual A.A. Sommer, Jr. Lecture on Corporate, Securities, and Financial Law at Fordham Law School.  Meet at 6:15 in the main lobby of Fordham Law School at 150 W 62nd St, New York, NY. Please RSVP at THIS LINK for headcount. This event is capped at 10.
  • November 16, Saturday (9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.) CLEO Super Saturday Pre-Law Seminars, for Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors and beyond at Fordham Law School. The event is free but registration is required. Note: CLEO attempts to reach students from minority groups underrepresented in the legal profession. If you are not a minority student, you may participate if you are economically or otherwise disadvantaged. See registration form at the links for details. Fordham University School of Law, 150 West 62nd Street, New York, NY 10023.
  • November 20, Wednesday (5:45 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.)  Panel on Trained Volunteer Advocacy Roles - REQUIRED for Freshmen & Sophomores for Good Standing in the Program. Hear about how you can have an impact on the community – while building your skills and your resume.  Legal Hand, Catholic Charities (immigration), and the Medicare Rights Center will discuss the roles of volunteers in their organization, and the many issues that you can learn about by being involved. We will have food. Please RSVP at THIS LINK for headcount. Class conflicts will be excused with advance notice. Room 602 A/B East (inside the library).
  • November 21, Thursday (5:45 p.m. - 7:15 p.m.) Mock Application Review: What admissions officers think as they review actual applications! Theresa Hallet, Senior Director of Admissions, St. John's University School of Law, and Robert M. Harrison, Esq., Associate Dean for Enrollment Management, Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University will share how they approach applications and systematically evaluates their content. They will discuss matters including how they view grades on the transcript (what about that W?), multiple LSATs, the addendum, and the personal statement. They will also discuss the nature of waitlists. Get an inside view of the admissions process. This session is REQUIRED for student eligibility for this year's law school application grant. Room 702 East (Please note NEW location).  Please RSVP at THIS LINK for headcount.

December

  • December 4, Wednesday (5:45 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.)·Lawyer Connection: Children & the Law. The Children's Law Center will be on hand to discuss the organization's work representing children in a wide range of disputes involving: Custody, Visitation, Abuse & Neglect, Termination of Parental Rights, Domestic Violence, Child Protective Services, Paternity, Child Support, Guardianship, Adoption, Voluntary Foster Care Placement, and Persons in Need of Supervision. They will be joined by two Hunter alumni, Casandra Tolentino, Staff Attorney-Juvenile Rights Practice at the Legal Aid Society, and Yulia Tsoy, Law Grad at the Center for Family Representation. Room 721 East. We will order pizza. Please RSVP for headcount at THIS LINK

  • December 16, Monday (5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.) Law School Application & Personal Statement Workshop. You need only attend one session. This workshop targets students applying to law school this cycle for entry into law school for fall 2020. This workshop was also offered at the end of spring term and during the summer. Students who attended the spring/summer sessions need not attend, but are welcome if they would like a refresher or have questions. (Please attend a workshop before scheduling meetings for review of your application materials; reviews are handled in real time: in person, on the phone, or Facetime.) 

January Intersession

  • January 9, NYC Bar Assn. LSAT/Law School Prep Conference. This event provides a one-stop shop for learining about LSAT options, selecting schools, financing your education, and networking with law schools. The event is free but registration is required. NYC Bar Association, 42 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036.
  • Winter Intersession: Moot Court Class. Moot Court is a challenging one credit Intersession course that simulates the appellate court setting. Students become knowledgeable about existing legal controversies, prepare legal arguments, and present a case before a mock judicial panel. By learning to read cases and make oral arguments, students gain insight into court-based decision making, as well as the role of lawyers and judges within the process.

When: The class will meet for 6 evening sessions in January. Final arguments (for which you must be present) will be held thereafter on two different evenings, at the NYC law firm Cravath, Swaine & Moore.

Who: Registration for the course is by permission only from the Pre-Law Advising Office. Participation is capped at 12 students, and is competitive. Your chosen major is not important. What is important is that you are eager to study the art of argument.

Once you have been accepted into the course by the Pre-Law Office, you will be given a form to take the form to the Political Science Department on 17 West and then register on CUNYFirst. This class is has now been filled.

  • January 29, Wednesday (5:45 p.m. - 7:15 p.m.) Panel: What Can I Do with a Law Degree? REQUIRED for Freshmen/Sophomores/New Transfers for Good Standing in the Program. Hear about the work of alumni attorneys in different sectors of the law: government, business/corporate, and public interest. Learn about the role of lawyers in each of these areas, as well as understand how they are different. Guests will include Nicole Hilliard (B.A. '08, CUNY J.D. '18 ), Assistant Corporation Counsel, NYC Law Dept; SukMon Chu, (B.A. '11, Cardozo J.D. '14) Investigative Attorney, NYC Office of the Comptroller; Lisa Howell (B.A. '08, U Pitt Law '12) 32BJ SEIU Legal Services Funds; Anna Mikaelyan (B.A. 11, Brooklyn Law J.D. '18) Associate, Cravath, Swaine & Moore. Pizza will be served. Please RSVP at THIS LINK for headcount. Class conflicts will be excused with advance notice. Room 602 A/B East (inside the library).
  • January 30, DEADLINE for LSAT Class application - Part I. Fried Frank Diversity LSAT Initiative. Our extended, subsidized on-campus LSAT class kicks off at the beginning of the spring term; admission based on demonstrated law school interest and merit. Part I, Intro Spring Session, runs on 5 Sundays early in the term. There is a $75 student contribution; this is a subsidized program.

Students who successfully complete Part I will have priority for the Part II summer intensive that runs from June - September, for which there is also a student contribution, still to be determined. It is not possible to apply for the summer intensive program separately at this time. Seats will be made available on a space available basis. Information will be shared on the listserv in May.

February

  • February 5, Wednesday (1:00 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.) Mock Law School Class. St. John's Law Assistant Professor Sheldon Evans (J.D. U Chicago) will teach a class session on immigration law. Hemmerdinger Hall, Room 705 East. Box lunch will be available ahead of time; no food in Hemmerdinger. Please RSVP at THIS LINK for headcount.
  • February 11, Tuesday (5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.) Resume Bootcamp. Gain insight into basic resume crafting, as well as polishing your already strong resume, with an eye towards applying for summer internships. Presentation and discussion by Heather M. Butts, JD, MPH, MA. Ms. Butts is the founder of L.E.A.R.N. for Life Consulting, L.L.C, and an adjunct professor at John’s University School of Law. Room 602 A/B East. REQUIRED FOR PRE-LAW RESUME DROP.
  • February 19, Wednesday (2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.) Your Directed Internship Search. Are you interested in pursuing career-relevant opportunties but are not sure where to start? This session is for you. Come discuss strategies and concrete steps for identifying and getting the resume-building experiences that are right for you. Room 819 East.
  • February 19, Wednesday (5:00 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.) CUNY Law School Visit, Tour, & Class. Students will have the opportunity to tour the school, and meet with an admissions counselor to discuss the application process. Students are invited to stay and observe all or part of a 1L Contracts class from 6:15 p.m. - 8: 15 p.m. Meet at CUNY Law at 4:45 inside the main lobby. 2 Court Square West, Long Island City, NY 11101. Capped at 15 students. Please RSVP at this LINK.
  • February 24, Monday (5:45 p.m. - 7:15 p.m.) Lawyer Connection: International Human Rights. Faraz Sanei (B.A. UCLA, J.D. Vanderbilt Law) will discuss his work as the former Director of the Project for Freedom of Religion or Belief at the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies (The Graduate Center CUNY) and a legal advisor to Dr. Ahmed Shaheed, who is the current UN Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion or belief and the former UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran. Pizza will be served. Please RSVP at THIS LINK for headcount. Room 721 East.
  • February 26, Wednesday (1:15 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.) Interview Preparation Workshop. This session will offer students savvy advice about making the best first impression, creating professional presence and anticipating the hard questions for a smooth interview process. The program will be led by Irina Gomelskaya, Esq., Senior Director of Employer Relations, Office of Academic Planning and Career Development, New York Law School. Please RSVP at THIS LINK for headcount. Room 721 East. REQUIRED FOR PRE-LAW RESUME DROP
  • February 28, Friday, DEADLINE for Pre-Law Resume Drop: 2019 Internships & Funding

Like the law school model for recruitment, Hunter hosts a "resume drop." By participating in the resume drop, students may be considered for both:
1) PAID internship jobs exclusive to the Pre-Law Office, and
2) MERIT FUNDING for unpaid internships at non-profit or government institutions that students obtain.

Participation in the Resume Drop requires participation in our Pre-Law Professional Development Series (unless excused for class conflict): (i) Resume Bootcamp (ii) Interview Workshop; (iii) Workplace Success Panel

March

  • March 4, Wednesday (1:15 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.) Open House for Law-Related Minors. There are no required majors to attend law school, but students want to be sure they are building their analytical and writing skills, and getting exposure to the types of issues they care about most. Two minors on the Hunter campus are especially popular among Pre-Law students. Professor Erin Mayo Adams will discuss the Legal Studies Minor in the Political Science Department. Professor Steve Ross will discuss the Philosophy, Politics & Society Minor in the Philosophy Department. Pizza will be served. Please RSVP at THIS LINK for headcount. Room 602 A/B East.
  • March 4, Wednesday (6:00 p.m. - 7:15 p.m.) Working in a Big Firm Before Law School. Why is working before law school worthwhile? Three Hunter alumni who are currently working/have worked as big-law paralegals and administrators share why they have valued this experience before law school, and share tips on how you can apply now (at the end of this cycle) or later this fall (at the beginning of the next one). Pizza will be served.  Please RSVP at THIS LINK for headcount. Room 721 East.
    • Arlene Amador (B.A. '13) Practice Assistant, White & Case
    • Jennifer Pineros (B.A. '15) Assistant Paralegal, Fragomen
    • Leili Saber B.A. (B.A. '16) Fordham Law student (former Executive Assistant, White & Case)
  • March 11, Wednesday (6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.) Panel on Mental Health Court & Veterans' Court - Alternatives to the adversarial Criminal Justice System, hosted by Judge Ruth Pickholz, B.A. '71. Note: Students who attend this session will be given priority for Hunter judicial internships for the summer and subsequent fall semester. Dinnertime snacks will be served. Please RSVP at THIS LINK for headcount. Room 602 A/B East.
  • March 18, Wednesday (1:15 p.m - 2:45 p.m.) Visit to Ropes & Gray. Conference room discussion about various corporate practice roles and big law opportunities. Meet at 12:50 p.m. in the main lobby of 1211 6th Ave, New York, NY 10036.  We will head upstairs together as a group; this session may be handled via teleconference. Please RSVP at THIS LINK.
  • March 25, Wednesday (4:30 p.m.  - 6 p.m.) Columbia Law School Symposium on Michele Goodwin's Book "Policing the Womb: Invisible Women and the Criminalization of Motherhood." The event will be moderated by Katherine Franke, James L. Dohr Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Gender and Sexuality Law at Columbia Law School, and feature the book author, Michele Goodwin, in conversation with scholars.  Columbia Law School, Jerome Greene Hall, Room 103.  Meet-up directions and RSVP will be posted soon.
  • March 31, Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. - 7:45 p.m. Reception for Current Applicants to Law SchoolThis is a special networking session with fellow applicants, and with attorneys who are alumni and friends of Hunter. The event is limited to those who have submitted applications to start law school in the fall of 2020. We will discuss how to decide among acceptances - including the "best fit" and finances - and attorneys will share thoughts about long term career arc. Attorneys who attend agree to make themselves available for quick follow up connections on a limited basis, if students desire it. Dinnertime hors d'oeuvres and appetizers will be served. RSVP will be posted soon. Room 710 East.

April

  • April TBD, Hunter Pre-Law Monthly Lunch & Learn/Lawyer Connection
  • April TBD, How to Pay for Law School with AccessLex. Understand the nitty-gritty of funding your law school education. This session is an important planning tool for students at various levels in their undergraduate careers; you are encouraged to attend even if you are not applying to law school at this time. AccessLex is a non-profit group dedicated fostering access to law school, and to helping aspiring attorneys understand law school finance, to ensure their long term success.
  • April TBDJuniors (rising fall 2019 Seniors): What you should be thinking about now. This is your last summer before graduation. How best to make use of that time? Will you be applying to law school this fall, or working before applying? How are you preparing for the LSAT? What other steps should you be anticipating for the law school application process? These questions and others you bring to the session will be addressed.
  • April TBDFreshmen & Sophomores: What you should be thinking about now. Motivated, directed students are often high performing students, but what else could you be doing to distinguish yourself, and building a notable academic track record? How are you exploring your career interests outside of the classroom? How do your experiences contribute to a stronger law school application and build your network? These questions and others you bring will be discussed. 
  • April TBDCurrent Law Students Discuss Winning Strategies for Law School and Beyond. Whether you are starting law school in the fall, or planning to apply in the next cycle or two, it is helpful to have a sense of what is ahead. Come discuss the law school experience with current students, who can offer you insight in the next steps in building your career once you graduate from Hunter.
  • Spring Break TBDPreProBono LSAT Prep Jumpstart Marathon Weekend. FREE 15 Hour Intensive Weekend LSAT Prep, including networking with public interest attorneys. This event is great for students who plan to self-study, or who want to get exposure to the test before tackling a class this summer. Participation is free and on the Hunter campus, but you must register to participate. Please do not register unless you will participate in the program in its entirety on both days.

May

  • May TBD, Law Day Party. Hunter's Law Day Party is an opportunity for Hunter Pre-Law students and recent alumni to mingle with successful attorneys in a fun, casual “cocktail party” environment (soft drinks & finger food), making for easy discussion, and enabling students to gain insight into legal practice in a variety of areas, and at different points in the career arc. We will also be celebrating the law school acceptances of graduating seniors and alumni — congratulations to our newly minted 1L’s! OUR MOST POPULAR EVENT OF THE YEAR! Dinnertime hors d'oeuvres and appetizers will be served. 
  • TBD, Spring Law School Application & Personal Statement Workshops. Make the most of your summer by planning your application process now. This workshop targets students applying to law school during the 2020-2021 cycle for entry into law school in fall 2021. If you will be away for the summer, or if getting to campus will be inconvenient, coming to a spring workshop is essential for getting an early start. Please attend a workshop (you only need to attend one) before scheduling an individual appointment for law school application advising. Workshops will be repeated each month in the summer TBD (both on weekday evenings and on a weekend day) and in the fall on various dates and times. All sessions will be held in 721 East·(the conference room of the pre-professional suite) unless otherwise noted.
  • May TBD, Pre-Law Society Elections

Summer

  • TBD, Summer Law School Application & Personal Statement Workshops. Make the most of your summer by planning your application process now. This workshop targets students applying to law school during the 2020-2021 cycle for entry into law school in fall 2021. Workshops will be repeated in the summer and fall on various dates and times. Attending a summer workshop will also give you an early peek at additional admissions programming for fall. Please attend a workshop (you only need to attend one) before scheduling an individual appointment for law school application advising. All sessions will be held in 721 East (the conference room of the pre-professional suite) unless otherwise noted.
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