Anastasia Dee Dualla wrote:http://www.top-law-schools.com/urm-applicant-programs.html
What can I expect? (Note: answers compiled from numerous threads on TLS)
SEO utilizes the stress interview method, which means that applicants must be prepared. The interview consists of two parts: the personal portion and a reading comprehension (case study) portion. The latter part of the study requires candidates to read a case study and then analyze and respond to it. The first portion of the interview is where candidates tend to need the most preparation. Previous applicants have urged candidates to review their resume, SEO's website, their partner firms, current events, and to have a basic understanding of why they might like to pursue a career in corporate law. Questions are delivered at a frighteningly quick pace, often offered out of the expected order. Listen closely to the questions asked and evaluate what the interviewers are asking for.
SEO echoes much of this advice in their preparation tips found on their website. The key during the interview is to remain calm, think through all answers, and to verbalize all thoughts clearly.
ETA: I don't mean to start a stampede here, but if I were you, i'd register for a spot ASAP. Interview slots seem very, very limited, at least for the locations I looked at.