Don’t miss out on this great summer opportunity for students offered by the University of Minnesota Law School. From June-August, Minnesota Law will again offer the Minnesota Pre-Law Scholar Program (“MPLS”), which is a free, intensive LSAT/law school admissions preparation course (room & board not included). The opportunity is open to any college student or recent graduate considering law school, particularly those from groups historically underrepresented in law school and the legal profession. The program is available to undergraduate students and recent alumni regardless of undergraduate institution.
Below is the application with additional information. Students can also visit the MPLS page featured on the Law School website here: http://www.law.umn.edu/legaledprograms/mpls-program.html
The application deadline is Friday, May 1, 2015.
MPLS 2015 Application
For any student who plans to apply to law school and work with Prof. Nicolaides, you must attend this one hour Law School 101 prep session. Basic application questions are answered with a current update on law school admissions. You may email her to let her know you are coming or simply show up.
January 14, 2015
Criminal Justice Conference Room
Thursday, Nov. 6, 2014
3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Davidson College, Alvarez College Union
Davidson, NC (20 miles north of Charlotte)
You are invited to attend the annual Greater Charlotte Law School Fair at Davidson College. Admissions representatives representing 63 law schools from across the country will be on hand to answer your questions about their law programs. This event is free and open to the public.
Prof. Nicolaides will present the following:
How to Write a Personal Statement
Wednesday October 14, 2014
3 – 4pm
Colvard 5100 (Criminal Justice Conference Room)
All are invited to attend.
“Worried About Your LSAT? Here’s What You Need To Do Next” will be hosted by InGenius Prep (quick intro video) and Next Step Test Preparation. on October 7th at 8:30 PM EST for students who justtook the LSAT.complimentary webinar
We will be covering:
– Steps to take to balance out a lower than expected LSAT score
– How to think about multiple scores on your record
– Best study strategies for students who are re-taking the test