Free Upcoming Webinars on February 6!
- Feb 01, 2018
- Admissions, Blueprint Products and Promotions, Law School, LSAT
- Reviewed by: Matt Riley
February can be a month of high stress and seemingly endless waiting. Whether you are counting down the days until the February LSAT, or waiting for some good news on your law school applications. And once you make it to law school, February is probably still going to be a month for waiting to hear back on summer jobs. It’s time to step off the hamster wheel of life created by these cycles of unbearable waiting, and find something you can do right now.
Luckily, Blueprint has two great webinars coming up in a matter of days that can further your knowledge as either an LSAT student or a law school applicant. Mark your calendars for these upcoming Blueprint webinars, hosted on Tuesday, February 6th by two of Blueprint’s talented SoCal instructors.
For those of you with application season on your mind, the first webinar is at 12pm PST on law school admissions, and it will be run by Blueprint’s own Branden Frankel. Branden comes to you with over five years of teaching experience, a J.D. from UCLA and a stint working in patent law.
For the LSAT students, Ross Rinehart will be running the LSAT webinar at 6pm PST on February 6. Ross holds a J.D. from USC, along with a staggering 11 years of teaching experience.
And remember, if these webinars appeal to you, drop what you’re doing and register for the webinar of your choice, before it is too late. Do this now, before you get trapped repeating Groundhog Day over and over again on February 2, while at the same time falling in love in a 90’s romcom, à la Bill Murray.
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