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08/22/2018
6:00 PM PT - 7:30 PM PT

With:
Kyle Gehrmann

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Webinar

LSAT Webinar

At 6pm PT, veteran Blueprint instructor and UChicago Law grad Kyle Gehrmann will be giving a breakdown of the test, discuss how it is scored and weighed in the admissions process, and even review some sample problems from an actual LSAT! You can also get all your LSAT and law school questions answered live online while sitting at home on the couch! This is a great opportunity if you can't make it to a live event or are interested in taking the online course because all participants will receive $300 off a live Blueprint classroom course or $75 off their first month of the online subscription. You must register for the webinar as space is limited.

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Kyle Gehrmann

Kyle is from the frozen tundra of Minnesota. He remembers one particular walk home from school in which his eyelids froze to his eyeballs and got stuck. Ouch. He moved to balmy Chicago for a change of scenery — think snow and elevated trains rather than snow and tractors. Graduating from Northwestern with a degree in theatre (yes, “-re” not “-er”), he took the LSAT as a challenge from his friends. He came out of it with a mighty 171, which made him think, “Hey, this lawyer stuff must be easy.” Then he attended University of Chicago Law School which made him think, “Hey, this lawyer stuff is hard.” Now he takes LSAT aspirants from zero to hero in no time flat.

Kyle has a true coaching instinct, and brings that into the classroom. He wants everyone to be the best they can. He's been told he has a calming influence on a group, all the better to lead you through the most complicated logic game.  

When he's not thinking about the LSAT, Kyle is probably practicing yoga, meditating, tending his herb garden, running, speaking French, making artisanal bread, or doing any other sort of old lady thing.

08/22/2018
12:00 PM PT - 1:30 PM PT

With:
Ross Rinehart

at:
Online

Webinar

Law School Admissions Webinar

At 12pm PT, veteran Blueprint instructor and USC Law grad Ross Rinehart will be walking us through the law school admission process and will cover all you need to know to write a killer application to get into the school of your dreams. This is a great opportunity if you can't make it to a live event or are interested in taking the online course because all participants will receive $300 off a live Blueprint classroom course or $75 off their first month of the online subscription. 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.

LSAT Seminar

Free LSAT Seminar at the Berkeley Blueprint Classroom

Blueprint is 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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Austen Yueh

Austen's dream job as a small child was grocery cashier, because she liked the sound the scanners made. She almost achieved this goal during college when she got a barista job in a bakery, but despite the high-end espresso machine and James Beard award-winning pastries, they did not have a fancy scanner. 

Since she couldn't totally forgo her goal of Tetris-ing groceries, she applied her analytical mind to a computer science degree at MIT instead, after being dissuaded from attending music conservatories. It was around this time that she met a few bright JD's during her restaurant job and took the LSAT on a whim. When she got her 171 and actually started looking at law schools, she realized how much they actually cost. So, to continue the trend of life decisions from left field, and being an Arizona native tired of Boston winters, Austen moved out to California. She now works in tech recruiting, a "real job" to help other people find "real jobs."

Austen likens the LSAT as a test naturally geared more to a computer than a human, and realized she could use her logical computer science training to help people achieve their LSAT dreams. With Blueprint, she also now has the opportunity to make all of the cheesy jokes and self-deprecating remarks that wouldn't have been quite as effective during her TA'ing at MIT. Since methodical studying will save time and energy in the end, Austen encourages her students to use those towards enjoying the finer things in life, such as burgers, beaches, and Bordeaux.

Austen's looking forward to picking apart arguments with you, since her two dogs can never really participate in that dialogue. In the meantime, she can only hope that robots don't replace grocery cashiers or lawyers, since she still hasn't gotten a chance to be either yet.

Practice LSAT

Free Practice LSAT at Blueprint's Westwood Classroom

Planning to take the LSAT? Join Blueprint on Friday, August 24th 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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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.

LSAT Seminar

Free LSAT Seminar at George Washington University

GW's Pre-Law Advising 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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Joe Pileri

Joe has met two US Presidents, a future King of England, and the Dalai Lama. Fun fact: the Dalai Lama has never seen Caddy Shack.

After graduating from UCLA with a degree in political science, Joe did what all poli-sci majors do and lived in his parents' basement decided to go to law school. He took a Blueprint class, scored a 176 and got his JD from Harvard (we're so proud!). After a stint as a corporate attorney, Joe decided that making money was too much fun and currently works as a public interest attorney.

Joe's teaching philosophy can be traced to his roots in Buffalo, NY. If you weren't paying attention to the NFL in the early 90s, the Bills lost four (four!) Super Bowls in a row. Joe clings to the fact that past actions can't predict future actions (temporal fallacy, people) and uses similar examples to help students analyze arguments on the LSAT.

Tabling

Understanding the Law School Admissions Process at Southwestern Law School

Applying to law school? Southwestern Law is hosting a free seminar day to walk you through the process. Hear from a mock admissions committee about how an application is reviewed, from an LSAT instructor about tips to tackle the test, and from Professor Alan Calnan. All attendees will be eligible for a $400 discount on a Blueprint classroom course within three months of the event. Also, two free 2-hour tutoring sessions with Blueprint will be raffled off. Southwestern is providing all attendees with complimentary parking and application fee waivers. Southwestern will also raffle a Southwestern Book Scholarship for the first year of law school.

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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.

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