Law School Admissions Webinar This Thursday at 6 pm PST!

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You’ve probably heard of Blueprint’s legendary Law School Admissions seminars, which lead you step-by-step through the law school admissions process. You haven’t? What rock are you living under? And what’s it like to live under a rock? Anyway, back to reality. Blueprint offers an easy to understand and easy to execute strategy for putting together a winning law school application, and we throw in some great LSAT info for free.

Until now, these presentations were held on college campuses across the nation, but if you weren’t near a location, you were out of luck. Well, no more. This Thursday, June 23rd at 6 pm PST — that’s 9 on the east coast for you mathematically challenged future lawyers — we will be blasting this presentation across the interwebs, all for your edification. Not only that, there will be a Q&A session after! Not just Q, friends… A as well!

This webinar will be led by yours truly (Branden Frankel — aka Webinardo DaVinci — in case you were too tired to scroll all the way down to the bottom of this post). I’ve been through the process myself, applying in 2007 and matriculating at UCLA School of Law, from which I graduated in 2010. I’ve practiced law myself. I also scored 175 on the June 2006 LSAT and have taught the Blueprint course thirteen times. In other words, I’ve been to this rodeo before.

There will be an absolutely YOOODGE offer at the end of the session, but you must register here to be eligible for the offer.

So mark your calendars, future lawyers! Get a jump on the competition, because application season is just around the corner. In fact, schools start looking at applications in October, and it’s already time to get the ball rolling if you want to be at the top of that pile.

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