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04/23/2018
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

With:
Sam Huang

at:
UH Downtown- A-623

LSAT Seminar

Free LSAT Seminar at UH - Downtown

UH's Pre-Law Association and Blueprint are hosting a free LSAT seminar! This event is a great way to expand your knowledge of the LSAT, understand the importance of LSAT prep, and much more! This event is open to ALL and everyone who signs in will receive $300 off a Blueprint live class.

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Sam Huang

Sam follows two mantras. First, as Sun Tzu says: He who knows when he can fight and when he cannot, will be victorious. Second, as another venerable scholar and philosopher (Ice Cube) says: Check yo' self before you wreck yo' self.

Sam grew up in the Mile High City of Denver but emigrated to the east coast to study business at U Penn's Wharton School (cue Rocky theme). After a brief investment banking stint (yep, not so good timing), he went back to school to get a Masters in Engineering at Stanford. Because that wasn't quite enough schooling, he also pursued graduate work in philosophy at Rice University (cue Jeopardy theme).

In addition to his seven years of teaching experience, you'll find Sam to be friendly and personable. He sprinkles analogies and stories throughout class (lyrics from Weird Al and Flight of the Conchords have been known to make an appearance) to help illustrate the study habits that helped him obtain a 170 on his own LSAT. Rumor has it he will also provide an occasional song if the situation calls for it and if you ask him nicely.

When he's not teaching or discovering new music, Sam rocks out with his blue betta fish, Nemo.

04/24/2018
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

With:
Spencer Robins

at:
UCLA - Bunche Hall 3178

LSAT Seminar

Free LSAT Seminar at UCLA

UCLA's Pre-Law Society and Blueprint are hosting a free LSAT seminar! This event is a great way to expand your knowledge of the LSAT, understand the importance of LSAT prep, and much more! This event is open to ALL and everyone who signs in will receive $300 off a Blueprint live class.

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Spencer Robins

Spencer has seen Bruce Springsteen in concert over 20 times. This number would be far greater if Spencer had been alive during the '70s.

After a childhood spent negotiating the concrete playgrounds of New York City, Spencer attended Amherst College in Massachusetts where he studied Philosophy. When paid itinerant philosopher positions failed to materialize, he returned to the big apple and spent three years teaching middle school.

With nine years of teaching experience, Spencer's instruction style is a blend of the tactics that helped him achieve a 179 on his own LSAT and 7th grade pedagogy. This means he preaches the discipline to learn the Blueprint methods and practice them, but counsels taking frequent snack breaks and reading about dinosaurs.

While Spencer recognizes that LA is, objectively, a failed city whose population is doomed to die in a mudslide while waiting for traffic on the 405 to clear, he's really enjoying the beaches.

04/25/2018
6:00 PM PT - 6:30 PM PT

With:
Ross Rinehart

at:
Online

Webinar

Everything You Need to Know About the July LSAT - Free Webinar

At 6pm PT, a veteran Blueprint instructor will be going over everything you need to know about the newly added July LSAT! You can also get all your burning July LSAT questions answered live online while sitting at home on the couch! This is a great opportunity if you are interested in taking the July LSAT because all participants will receive $300 off a live Blueprint classroom course. You must register for the webinar as space is limited.

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Ross Rinehart

Ross spent his formative years in San Diego, where he picked up a skateboard and has been annoying pedestrians, dogs, and security guards ever since.

While earning his degree in English and Political Science at UCLA, Ross wrote pretentiously overwrought album reviews for the Daily Bruin. One in particular inspired his then-girlfriend to say, "That was the least fun thing I've ever read." Finding that a career in music journalism was not in the cards, Ross signed up with Blueprint, which helped him earn a 170 on the September 2009 LSAT. Ross matriculated to the USC Gould School of Law in 2010 where he spent time working on the campus' Post-Conviction Justice Project and apologizing to his Bruin friends for setting foot on the Trojan campus.

With eleven years of teaching experience under his belt, Ross strives to create a convivial environment in his Blueprint classes so that students can feel comfortable during what is often a stressful time in their lives. Ross also knows a little about picking yourself up after falling down (conservative estimates indicate that Ross has failed over 2,810,543 skateboard trick attempts), so he knows how important it is to provide support for his students as they learn the skills that will get them a great LSAT score.

Ross will tell you his favorite movies are La Dolce Vita, Bicycle Thieves, and Breathless, but we know Purple Rain and Clueless actually top the list.

04/26/2018
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM

With:
Kyran McCann

at:
UC Davis - Wellman 2

Application Seminar

Free Law School Admissions Workshop at UC Davis

UC Davis' Mock Trial and Blueprint are hosting a free Law School Admissions Workshop! Join us as our instructor, Kyran McCann, walks you through the law school admissions process. This event is open to ALL and everyone who signs in will receive $300 off a Blueprint live class.

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Kyran McCann

Kyran grew up surrounded by musical theatre, but is tragically equipped with the singing voice of a tortured cat. She also tried learning guitar, but she can still only play a simple version of “Auld Lang Syne” – which she proudly busts out every New Year’s Eve.


As the daughter of a biology teacher and a chemical safety engineer, Kyran always felt that a STEM major was the obvious choice. So she went to Mills College and double majored in English Literature and Political, Legal, and Economic Analysis instead. After college she started working on political campaigns as an excuse to drive all over the country visiting the sites of famous ghost stories. After 5 years and 9 apartments, she decided enough was enough and scored a 171 on the LSAT.

Three months basking in the glow of the LSAT made her realize she actually loved the test and all of its kooky, animal-related arguments. She strives to help her students develop that same affection by creating a welcoming classroom full of humor and compassion. She sees the LSAT as one big puzzle, and believes that once you figure out what the pieces look like, anyone can learn to put them together.

04/26/2018
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM

With:
Kevin Lin

at:
NYU - UC-19 Tisch Building

Logic Games Seminar

Free LSAT Logic Games Seminar at NYU

NYU's Stern Business and Law Society and Blueprint LSAT Prep will be hosting a free workshop on the most intimidating section of the Law School Admission Test: Logic Games. Blueprint's LSAT expert Kevin Lin will introduce some key techniques for tackling questions and different ways to approach the Law School Admission Test! Everyone who attends this event will qualify for a $300 discount off the classroom course!

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Kevin Lin

Kevin first learned of his dark addiction to LSAT instruction many moons ago, when he taught for Blueprint as an undergrad at UC Berkeley. After earning his J.D. from Columbia Law School, he spent two years at law firms in New York City and a stint as a federal prosecutor in Oakland, California, before his compulsive desire to educate strangers about logical reasoning spiraled out of control.

Kevin returns to Blueprint older, wiser, and with an even firmer commitment to LSAT excellence. With a score of 180, a proclivity for saying absurd and completely inane things with the utmost gravitas, and a speech pattern vaguely akin to Christopher Walken and William Shatner, Kevin’s classes remind many students of frolicking with satyrs during a debauched bacchanalia – except that instead of engaging in drunken revelry with half-men/half-goats, students will learn effective strategies for getting amazing scores on the LSAT.

In his spare time, Kevin enjoys quiet introspection, pondering the horrors of existence, and convincing people that he is not a robot.

04/28/2018
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

With:
Nick Selden

at:
Boston University - CAS 325

LSAT Seminar

Free LSAT Seminar at BU

BU's Pre-Law Society and Blueprint are hosting a free LSAT seminar! This event is a great way to expand your knowledge of the LSAT, understand the importance of LSAT prep, and much more! This event is open to ALL and everyone who signs in will receive $300 off a Blueprint live class.

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Nick Selden

Nick Selden is a mediocre chess player but can beat most children at the game. He played in two indie rock bands in college and was a drive-time radio DJ who went by the moniker Sick Nelden. He thinks of himself as Jim but is probably more Michael Scott; and like the character Sméagol from Lord of the Rings, he exclusively talks about himself in the 3rd person.

Nick graduated from Wesleyan University, a very expensive book club, and studied German and a program that combines every unemployable degree: Literature, Philosophy, and History. Nick then worked for a startup that went bankrupt called Hillary for America and for a brief but glorious period was an Uber driver. While driving drunk people around who were kind enough to barf in his car, Nick studied furiously for the LSAT and scored a 177. Since Nick is an A- mind at best and scored in the 99th percentile, he knows from first hand experience that he can help anyone raise their score. Nick’s teaching style can be described as washed up comedian turned excellent high school chemistry teacher. He makes difficult material accessible, thinks of himself as “hilarious”, and is personally invested in all his students’ success.

Nick plans to go to law school eventually, Mom! In the mean-time, he will help you get your dream score and admission to your dream law school.

05/01/2018
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

With:
Spencer Robins

at:
UCLA - Bunche Hall 3211

Logic Games Seminar

Free LSAT Logic Games Seminar at UCLA

UCLA's Regents Scholar Society and Blueprint LSAT Prep will be hosting a free workshop on the most intimidating section of the Law School Admission Test: Logic Games. Blueprint's LSAT expert Spencer Robins will introduce some key techniques for tackling questions and different ways to approach the Law School Admission Test! Everyone who attends this event will qualify for a $300 discount off the classroom course!

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Spencer Robins

Spencer has seen Bruce Springsteen in concert over 20 times. This number would be far greater if Spencer had been alive during the '70s.

After a childhood spent negotiating the concrete playgrounds of New York City, Spencer attended Amherst College in Massachusetts where he studied Philosophy. When paid itinerant philosopher positions failed to materialize, he returned to the big apple and spent three years teaching middle school.

With nine years of teaching experience, Spencer's instruction style is a blend of the tactics that helped him achieve a 179 on his own LSAT and 7th grade pedagogy. This means he preaches the discipline to learn the Blueprint methods and practice them, but counsels taking frequent snack breaks and reading about dinosaurs.

While Spencer recognizes that LA is, objectively, a failed city whose population is doomed to die in a mudslide while waiting for traffic on the 405 to clear, he's really enjoying the beaches.

05/05/2018
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

With:
Cory OBrien

at:
DePaul University - Levan Center Room 203

Practice LSAT

Free Practice LSAT at DePaul

Planning to take the LSAT? Join the Pre-Law Club and Blueprint on Saturday, May 5th, as we provide you with the most authentic practice LSAT environment in the biz! Come see if you got what it takes and earn $300 off a classroom course!

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Cory OBrien

Cory's first teaching job was on the streets of Italy, where he taught small children how to juggle so that they'd bully their parents into giving him money. He's come a long way since then, both professionally and geographically.

At age fourteen, Cory dropped out of high school and entered college at Cal State University, Los Angeles. After earning his BA in English, Cory hitch-hiked across Europe, walked across Spain, and drove across the United States in a car powered by vegetable oil, before finally settling down and getting a master's degree in creative writing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. When he was suspended from his bartending job for leaving lime wedges in the sink, he decided to take the LSAT and, fueled by a fierce determination to never go back to bartending, scored a 170.

Cory believes that, just like with juggling, the apparent complexity of the LSAT is really just the result of a few different combinations of the same simple principles. He also believes that nothing helps you remember a simple principle quite like laughing at a dumb joke about it, so there will be plenty of those. Cory's ultimate aim is to help you get into the heads of the sadists who write the LSAT, and thus take some of the stress out of the experience.

Cory likes climbing trees, pomegranates, and learning to swear in foreign languages. He wants to be an astronaut when he grows up, or at least a dog.

05/08/2018
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

With:
Branden Frankel

at:
UCI - Room TBD

LSAT Seminar

Free LSAT Seminar at UCI

UCI's Pre-Law Society and Blueprint are hosting a free LSAT seminar! This event is a great way to expand your knowledge of the LSAT, understand the importance of LSAT prep, and much more! This event is open to ALL and everyone who signs in will receive $300 off a Blueprint live class.

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Branden Frankel

Branden started life in the small, sleepy, mountain community of Crestline, CA - the place where Lake Arrowhead dreams go to die.

After tumbling out of countless pine trees, Branden landed at UC Santa Barbara, graduating with a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy. He spent the next half decade seeking full time employment as a philosopher before realizing such work is rarer than a unicorn. Branden scored a 175 on the LSAT, got his JD from UCLA, and went on to practice patent law for a brief moment.

Branden, who has over five years of teaching experience, believes that any difficult LSAT concept can be clarified with a Star Wars analogy - mostly from Episodes IV - VI, occasionally from Episode III, but never, never from Episodes I - II. That leads to the dark side.

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