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1.Florida State University Summer Pre-Law Program!
Florida State University is offering an academic pre-law program this summer for all students interested in pursuing law! The program is May 21, 2012-June 14,2012. The application is due on March 23! It looks like it would be a great experience in learning what law classes will be like and some of the skills you will need for law school! I encourage anyone who is interested to apply! The following link will take you to the program page where you will find the application as well as more information about the program itself:
2. John Yoo at the Dole Institute
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
7:30 p.m. at the Dole Institute
A Conversation with JOHN YOO
John Yoo is a former head of the Office of Legal Counsel and advisor to President Bush on various issues involving the war on terror immediately following 9/11. Join us as we explore presidential power, the war on terror and US foreign affairs in a post 9/11 world. This event is co-sponsored by the KU School of Law.
3. Kaplan (kaptest.com):
When are you prepping? We’ve got you covered.*
Prepping for February or June? Enroll now and receive your choice of a supplemental course: Logical Reasoning On Demand, Reading Comprehension On Demand or Logic Games On Demand – free (a $299 value). Prepping for October? Join us for our premier LSAT Summer Intensive Program. Enroll this month and save $1,000 on your tuition.
Attend The 180 – Live
Get into Law School Debt Free
Join us for a free online event Tuesday, January 24, at 8 pm EST (5 pm PST) as our expert guests discuss how to pay for law school without taking on the kind of debt that is so often associated with the task.
Taking the February exam?
Don’t miss the LSAT Experience.
Take the December 2011 LSAT to get realistic preparation for Test Day. Receive online access to the test and complete answers and explanations to every question. Review a comprehensive score analysis detailing your performance by section and question type. Then, watch a thorough test review featuring our top-rated instructors. The LSAT Experience is free for Kaplan students and $99 for others. Register by January 31.
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Check Out the Kaplan for Doctors Without Borders Challenge.
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4. Part-time job working as an assistant for a single-attorney law office down on Mass Street (Solbach Law Office).
-Great job opportunity for anyone interested in pursuing law school
-Looking for a part-time assistant, current freshman or sophomore, who can work at least 15 hours per week and has basic computer and typing skills (and is fairly organized)
-Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
byApril 5 at 5pm
5. Ronan Farrow speaks at Woodruff Auditorium in the Kansas Union, 7pm April 2nd
All are welcome to attend and the event is free!