NYU Trials

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whattheheck
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NYU Trials

Postby whattheheck » Thu Mar 24, 2011 4:23 pm

FYI
I searched the forum by didn't find anything regarding this program ( I apologize in advance if I am wrong about this not being here) called TRIALS. I came across it on the NYU website. Thought it would be of some assistance to someone here who is looking for some extra help in prepping for the LSAT.

http://trials.atfoundation.org/index

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alexonfyre
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Re: NYU Trials

Postby alexonfyre » Sat Mar 26, 2011 8:15 pm

whattheheck wrote:FYI
I searched the forum by didn't find anything regarding this program ( I apologize in advance if I am wrong about this not being here) called TRIALS. I came across it on the NYU website. Thought it would be of some assistance to someone here who is looking for some extra help in prepping for the LSAT.

http://trials.atfoundation.org/index


Bump for awesomeness, I think anyone who is qualified should apply.

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Alltheirsplendor
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Re: NYU Trials

Postby Alltheirsplendor » Sun Mar 27, 2011 3:07 am


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Re: NYU Trials

Postby brewinbruin » Sun Mar 27, 2011 3:58 am

UCLA also offers a program aimed at groups underrepresented in law school. It's called the UCLA Law Fellows Program, and I'm involved with it as a law student. Am more than happy to share more info, as it accepts people beyond just California (one participant comes from Idaho), and provides resources for all aspects of applying to law school.

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Re: NYU Trials

Postby Alltheirsplendor » Sun Mar 27, 2011 11:45 am

brewinbruin wrote:UCLA also offers a program aimed at groups underrepresented in law school. It's called the UCLA Law Fellows Program, and I'm involved with it as a law student. Am more than happy to share more info, as it accepts people beyond just California (one participant comes from Idaho), and provides resources for all aspects of applying to law school.


It is a great program, but there's little incentive to apply if you're an out-of-state student who comes from poor means. The fact that you have to find and pay for your own transportation for those once-a-month sessions makes it difficult to justify attending.




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