Southern California: RSVP to Southwestern’s Law Day
- Oct 31, 2017
- Blueprint Products and Promotions, Law School, LSAT
Are you a prospective law student? Will you be in the LA area November 11? If so, you don’t want to miss Southwestern’s Law Day. It’ll be at Southwestern from 1:30 to 6 pm, and if you go you’ll get a $400 discount off a Blueprint classroom course. You’ll also get your application fee to Southwestern waived. With all those discounts you might even be able to fly to LA for the event and still come out ahead. But don’t book your tickets without sending your RSVP — the event may be free but you do need to let them know you’re coming.
The day will feature talks ranging from a DA discussing the death penalty to a professor discussing mediation. In other words, it’ll cover a pretty broad range of law. But before you can practice law, you have to go to law school, and before you can do that you have to take the LSAT. That’ll be covered, too — veteran Blueprint LSAT instructor extraordinaire Ross Rinehart will present a seminar on LSAT Logic Games with all kinds of useful tricks.
Beyond the nice discount you’ll get on Blueprint LSAT classes, there are some prizes, too. You could win a first-year book scholarship to Southwestern (worth $1200) or one of two packages of two hours of Blueprint tutoring. But you have to be there to win the raffle.
All those talks, all those prizes, all those discounts. You know you want to be there, but if you want to come, you must RSVP. Don’t delay, it’s coming up in barely more than a week. If you miss out, it’ll only make you sad. Don’t be sad.
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