Sign Up for the Last Round of Summer Blueprint Classes!
- Jul 03, 2017
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We at Blueprint hope you’re having a fine time celebrating this Fourth of July weekend, toasting to the period between July 1 and July 4 when the group of land-owning lawyers of the Second Continental Congress debated, voted for, and eventually finalized what was basically a strongly-worded cease and desist letter known as the Declaration of Independence.
Maybe you’re feeling inspired by these lawyers’ work and want to follow in their footsteps. Maybe you have more realistic reasons to pursue the work of an attorney.
Unlike back then though, they now make you take this test called the LSAT to actually get into law school and become a lawyer. Some Ben Franklin-esque autodidacts can do this test without a study plan, but most of us need some guidance.
Lucky for you, Blueprint has a ton of classes to offer this guidance to study for the LSAT on September 16. And they’re starting this week!
By signing up for this class, you get 112 hours of instruction (more time than it took the colonists to vote on starting this nation) from the finest LSAT instructors in the business. These instructors will make the LSAT approachable by take you step-by-step through each section of the LSAT with intelligence, humor, and panache. You’ll have online resources that will help develop and reinforce you LSAT skills, allowing you to get the most out of your study time. Learn all about our amazing classroom experience right here.
And these are the last classes we’re starting in preparation for the September LSAT, so don’t be a Robert B. Livingston and miss out on these. Details for all the classes we’re starting below! Sign up soon!
–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:
–San Diego 2: Starts Saturday, 7/8 with instructor Alexander Nabavi-Noori
–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
–Seattle: Starts Saturday, 7/8 with instructor Andrew McDonald
–Phoenix: Starts Saturday 7/8 with instructor Dylan Gadek
–Miami: Starts Saturday, 7/8 with instructor Tucker Chambers
–Washington, D.C. 3: Starts Saturday,7/8 with instructor Maria LaBella
–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 2: Starts Saturday, 7/8 with instructor Laura Santoski
–Chicago 2: Starts Saturay, 7/8 with Cory O’Brien
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