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P R E - L A w  A D V I S I N G

Check out future Pre-Law events at: Register with the pre-law office or sign up for our listserv at For more information, please contact Elise Jaffe, Director of Pre-Law Programs and Pre-Law Advisor. For an appointment call (212) 772-4882.

Success in Law School

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 insight on the next steps in building your career once you graduate from Hunter.

Date: Wednesday, April 5
Time: 5:30 - 7:00 pm
Place: Room 819, East Building


PreProBono LSAT Prep Jumpstart Marathon Weekend

The Jumpstart Marathon Weekend will be offered during the first weekend of spring break. It will be a free 16-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. We will share that link as soon as it is available. A refundable deposit may be required. To register for the event, please click here.

Date: Saturday, April 8
Time: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Place: Room 1729, West Building

Date: Sunday, April 9
Time: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Place: Room 1729, West Building

For more information, please contact (212)-772-4889, email, or visit us in Room 814, East Building.


Workplace Success Panel with Law Firm Administrators

Join Jenniffer Brown, from Weiner, Millo, Morgan & Bonanno, and Shahily Negron-Falcon, from Kantor Davidoff as they describe what law firm administrators are looking for in paralegals, assistants, and interns. Learn the signals of professionalism, and how to navigate the office environment. This session is required for all students who will be participating in the Hunter resume drop, and to be considered for paid summer internships and funding for summer public interest positions.

Date: Wednesday, April 19
Time: 5:30 - 7:00 pm
Place: Room 819, East Building


Save the Date! Panel on Community Organizing:

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Former President Barack Obama's three-year stretch as a grassroots organizer in the demoralized landscape of Chicago's South Side figures prominently in the narrative of his life. Campaigning in Iowa, Mr. Obama called it "the best education I ever had, better than anything I got at Harvard Law School." About a third of his memoir is devoted to his Chicago organizing period.

Community organizing has historical roots in challenging inequality, building capacity, and meeting the needs of local people through collective action; it is a type of social work practice. A social work degree is not a requirement for community organizing, but does provide a direct path into the field. This panel will feature discussion by activists who will share their experiences and discuss the nature of their work; more details on panelists will be shared closer to the date.

The discussion will also include a brief description of the skills that an MSW can offer in this area. Students interested in advocacy-whether through law, social work, policy or non-profit administration-will find this a worthwhile conversation.

Date: Wednesday, April 26
Time: 1:00 - 2:00 pm
Place: Four Freedoms Room, Roosevelt House, 47-49 East 65th Street, Manhattan

Please RSVP here.


P R E - H E A L T H  A D V I S I N G

The Pre-health Advising Office serves as a liaison between pre-health professional students, faculty, Hunter campus community, and health professional schools. Our services enhance recruitment, retention, and competitiveness of Hunter College students in navigating pre-health curricula and health professional school applications. For more information, please visit the Pre-Health Advising web site.

Health Professions Career Fair for College Students

The Career Fair is designed for college students and college graduates interested in becoming competitive applicants to medical school (MD and DO programs), dental school, nursing school, physician assistant programs, and public health programs. One-on-one consultations will be available as well as workshops in leadership, research, service, mentorship, resume, CV, and applications.

The Career Fair is co-sponsored by the Hunter Pre-Health Advising Office, the Hunter Women and Gender Studies Department (WGS), and Building the Next Generation of Academic Physicians (BNGAP).

Date: Thursday, April 20
Time: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Place: West Lobby, 68th Street campus

Registration is free. Please visit our website to register.


G r a d u a t e  S t u d i e s

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P R E - B U S I N E S S  A D V I S I N G

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