Next week is going to be pretty fantastic. Now, I know what you’re thinking—Memorial Day, three-day weekend, barbecues, and lounging pool-side. But that’s not what I’m talking about. Next week, on May 31st, there are going to be not one but two Blueprint webinars!
That’s right, you’ll have an opportunity to get free LSAT advice and law school admission information all from the comfort of your own home. You’ll be able to ask a veteran instructor any questions about either of those subjects. Really makes Memorial Day pale in comparison, huh?
The fearless leader of both free webinars will be Branden Frankel. Branden scored a 175 on the LSAT, earned a JD from UCLA law, practiced patent law for a while, and has five years of teaching experience under his belt. As if that wasn’t impressive enough, Branden also wrote a sci-fi novel. Having had the opportunity to train under Branden when I was becoming an instructor, I can’t say enough about his knowledge of the LSAT. He is uniquely qualified to provide insight into both studying for the LSAT and applying for law school.
The LSAT webinar, which starts at 12 pm PDT/3 pm EDT on May 31, will cover the following topics:
-The nuts and bolts of the LSAT
-Review of sample LSAT questions
-The weight of your LSAT score in the admission process
The law school admissions webinar, which starts at 6pm PDT/9pm EDT, will then go on to discuss these issues:
-The law school admission process
-How to design a killer application
-The timeline for your application
These webinars are exactly the type of resources that I would’ve benefited from when I was starting my journey to a J.D. You’ll rarely have the option to have questions answered by someone as well-acquainted with the issues, especially not in the comfort of your rabbit-eared slippers and matching two-piece pajama sets.
And not only that, but everyone who attends either webinar will receive $300 off our live, in classroom course or $75 off the first month of our online course subscription.
Enjoy your Memorial Day (even if you’re studying for the LSAT), but make sure you’re ready to pay attention for an hour or two on May 31. Click right here to reserve your spot for either or both of the webinars—we look forward to seeing you on the 31st!