SoCal Buds: RSVP for Our Event at Southwestern Law!
- Aug 24, 2017
- Admissions, Law School, LSAT
- Reviewed by: Matt Riley
Listen up SoCal friends. Blueprint will be tabling and holding a free LSAT seminar at Southwestern Law School on Saturday, September 9th at 4pm-6pm. All attendees get $400 off a Blueprint course and a fee waiver to apply to Southwestern. You can RSVP here.
Check-in begins at 3:30 and parking is free.
From 3:30pm to 5pm, you can stop by the Blueprint table, grab some information pamphlets and chat with Branden Frankel, an actual Blueprint instructor. Branden scored a 175 on his LSAT. And, unlike a lot of our instructors who lead pure lives and sustain themselves solely on logic, Braden has actually graduated from law school, so he can answer all your LSAT and law school admissions questions.
From 4pm to 5pm, you can attend a mock admissions committee so you can see behind the curtain and into the super secret stuff that goes down when your application is being reviewed.
From 5pm to 6pm, you’ll have some choices to make. You can either attend an LSAT Seminar with Branden, where you’ll learn how to logically plan a trip with two of your friends who hate each other and two that just can’t be apart–skills essential to the Logic Games section–or you can go to a live demonstration and Q&A with the Southwestern Moot Court Honors Program, Trial Advocacy Honors Program, and Negotiations Honor Program.
From 6pm there will be snacks and a raffle. Branden and the other speakers will be mingling with the crowd so feel free to pump them for more information. We will be raffling off two two-hour tutoring sessions, which are $350 each normally. Southwestern will also be giving away a book scholarship that’ll cover the full cost of the required books during 1L for someone admitted to SWLS.
If you’re not in the LA area, you can still attend one of our webinars and get your discounts that way. But, sorry, we do not serve food during the webinars.
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