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This month's Boston-area Pre-Law Social hosted at Boston University...
We're having the 1L panel ... So we want to have four law students: like BU, BC, Harvard,
Northeastern... And have them at a panel where someone would be in charge of asking questions
... about what law school is like. At the end there might be a Q&A.
Yeah, that's probably the biggest question! What can I do as an undergrad? What majors
are good? How you can get involved or things that can help you: a lot of writing (like
And how law degrees are useful in the future... like in different areas.
When the colleges look at your law application, its like 80% LSAT and 20% college application...
I don't know how valid that is but... the LSAT is the equalizer for everyone. It's a
big part of the application. That surprised me. The GPA counts like 20%.
Unless you're possibly doing patent law or environmental law, there's really no set track
Yeah, it's a very quick way to get information. LIke, I think of a new event, I just quickly
look at my ... what's it called... feed... whatever... to see what other events others
It did take a long time to set up my [Linkedin] profile. It's still not all there.
We start by booking a room and finding the location where we will hold the event. Once
we have the location, we send out emails to the different societies and groups.
We have Diversity in Law. We have the Pre-Law Review which is our law journal. Then we have
our law advisor send out an email (and she has the entire database of law students on
campus)... so we really get the word out.
Facebook is good because it's an email as well so it's sort of a double whammy of contacts.