Last Chance to Sign Up for Summer Classes!

  • /Reviewed by: Matt Riley
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    I hope by now you’ve recovered from your Fourth of July hangover—if not, I’m not even mad, that’s amazing. I’m sure the first thing on your mind now that summer is in full swing is law school! After all, what could be a better way of winding away the long days and short nights than dreaming about your future career as a lawyer. Nothing, right?

    Well, if you’re ready and raring to start gearing up for the LSAT—the stalwart gatekeeper of law school admissions—then I have good news for you. Blueprint has a wide range of classes to help you prepare for the LSAT on September 16.

    To go with my gatekeeper analogy, think of this as your training to soothe Fluffy (the LSAT) on your quest to get the Sorcerer’s Stone (an offer of admission to your law school of choice). In case you can’t tell, I am still celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Harry Potter.

    By signing up for a class, you’ll get 112 hours of instruction from someone more attractive than Professor Snape (aw man, RIP Alan Rickman…now I’m sad). These instructors will make the LSAT approachable, fun (or at least as fun as it can be), and give you the tools you need to succeed. You’ll also get access to a wide range of online materials to help you get a leg up on your studies. You can learn more about the classroom experience right here.

    The classes are offered in a wide range of locations, including multiple Los Angeles, Orange County/Inland Empire, the Bay Area, Northern California, Texas, and New York. There are also offerings in San Diego, Seattle, Phoenix, Miami, Washington D.C., Boston, and Chicago.

    You can find details all the classes here and on individual classes starting this weekend below. Good luck!

    Los Angeles:

    Northridge 2: Starts Saturday, 7/8 with instructor Branden Frankel
    Long Beach: Starts Saturday, 7/8 with instructor Breita Linnell
    UCLA 4: Starts Saturday, 7/8 with instructor Scott Reding
    Pasadena: Starts Sunday, 7/9 with instructor Kyle Gehrmann

    Orange County/Inland Empire:

    Riverside: Starts Sartuday, 7/8 with instructor Chris Whyte
    Irvine 3: Starts Sunday, 7/9 with instructor Ross Rinehart

    San Diego:

    San Diego 2: Starts Saturday, 7/8 with instructor Alexander Nabavi-Noori

    Bay Area:

    San Francisco: Starts Saturday, 7/8 with instructor Aaron Cohn
    San Jose: Starts Saturday, 7/8 with instructor Mike Moss
    Palo Alto: Starts Sunday, 7/9 with instructor Mike Moss
    Berkeley 3: Starts Sunday, 7/9 with instructor Mike Moss

    Northern California:

    Sacramento: Starts Saturday, 7/8 with instructor Kyran McCann
    Davis: Starts Sunday, 7/9 with instructor Kyran McCann

    Seattle:

    Seattle: Starts Saturday, 7/8 with instructor Andrew McDonald

    Phoenix:

    Phoenix: Starts Saturday 7/8 with instructor Dylan Gadek

    Texas:

    Austin: Starts Saturday, 7/8 with instructor Matt Williamson
    Houston: Starts Sunday, 7/9 with instructor Matt Williamson

    Miami:

    Miami: Starts Saturday, 7/8 with instructor Tucker Chambers

    Washington D.C.:

    Washington, D.C. 3: Starts Saturday,7/8 with instructor Maria LaBella

    New York:

    Upper East Side: Starts Saturday, 7/8 with instructor Yuko Sin
    New York 3: Starts Saturday, 7/8 with instructor Julien Hawthorne
    Long Island: Starts Sunday, 7/9 with instructor Dash Kwiatkowski
    Brooklyn: Starts Sunday, 7/9 with instructor Brett Donaldson
    New York Day 2: Starts Monday, 7/10 with instructor Kevin Lin

    Boston:

    Boston 2: Starts Saturday, 7/8 with instructor Laura Santoski

    Chicago
    :

    Chicago 2: Starts Saturay, 7/8 with Cory O’Brien

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