For all those considering LL.M. studies at a US law school, don’t miss two upcoming online workshops aimed at helping prospective students navigate the application process.
The free workshop series, hosted by the US LL.M. Consortium, begins on September 12 with a “Demystifying the US Law School Application.” Participants will get a thorough introduction to LSAC’s LL.M. portal, an overview of LSAC policies and procedures, and receive numerous tips on the overall application process.
Next, on September 19 the consortium will host a second workshop titled “Writing the Personal Statement.” In this session, admissions officers will provide valuable insights on what makes an effective and compelling personal statement, and point out common pitfalls to avoid.
Both the September 12 and 19 workshops will be concluded by 30-minute breakout rooms, during which attendees can speak directly with law school representatives on admission success strategies.
The US LL.M. Consortium represents 11 law schools, including:
-University of California College of the Law, San Francisco
-UCLA School of Law
-University of Colorado Law School
-Florida State University College of Law
-Fordham University School of Law
-George Washington University Law School
-University of Miami School of Law
-University of Michigan Law School
-Syracuse University College of Law
-Vanderbilt Law School
-William S. Boyd School of Law at University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Sign up for the September 12 workshop, “Demystifying the US Law School Application,” here:
Sign up for the September 19 workshop, “Writing the Personal Statement,” here:
To browse all upcoming events of the US LL.M. Consortium, visit the group’s website at www.usllmfairs.org.