GW Law to Host Webinar for Potential LL.M. Applicants on October 22

Program to address the New York Bar Exam

The Washington, DC-based George Washington University Law School will host a live webinar for potential LL.M. applicants on October 22.

The webinar is aimed at foreign-trained attorneys who are considering using an LL.M. program in order to qualify for the New York bar exam. Topics to be discussed include the bar exam's requirements, reasons to take the exam, as well as other issues.

The webinar will be hosted by the school's LL.M. director, career counselor, and program coordinator. It will begin at 9am EDT on October 22.

To register, please go to the About the New York Bar, with GW Law webinar page.

Read more about GW Law's LL.M. programs on the school's Full Profile at LLM GUIDE.


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