Loyola at a Glance
Information session for prospective law school applicants
October 10, 2008
On Friday, Oct. 24, at 7 p.m., in the College of Law, Room 405, the Black Law Student Association will hold an LSAT information session sponsored by the Princeton Review. Topics will include how to study and prepare for the LSAT and how to apply to law school. Students who attend will be able to enter a raffle for scholarships to be used towards LSAT preparation classes. These scholarships were funded by donations made in honor of Dean Louis Westerfield, the first African-American dean of Loyola’s College of Law.
Space is limited for the LSAT session. To R.S.V.P. and for more information, contact Christina Burnett at email@example.com by Oct. 17.
The A.P. Tureaud Chapter of the BLSA was created to ensure that the matriculation of African-American law students through Loyola was not only intellectually stimulating, but also a nurturing and positive experience. BLSA serves as a mentorship program for students, and continues to be active within the community.
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