UT-Arlington Pre-Law students and Dr. Elisabeth Cawthon (far left) visiting the SMU Dedman Law School Minority Student Symposium
The Pre-Law Center hosts interest sessions often during the academic year and the summer, on campus. Please click on the DATE and an email screen will appear; you can use that to email an RSVP for the campus events. We also refer you to off-campus events. Off-campus events usually require that you RSVP or register directly with the sponsor of each event. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are having difficulty registering.
Congressman Marc Veasey: How to Start Your Political Career
UTA Pre-Law Society will be hosting a live discussion with Congressman Marc Veasey here on campus. He will speak to students about successful tactics and strategies for getting the political job of your dreams. He will be discussing what can be done at the undergraduate level and beyond in the beginning stages to set oneself up for success. He will also discuss how to transition from attorney to politician. You will also get to hear about the good, bad and ugly sides of politics. There will be a Q&A session immediately following the disucssion. This event is free to attend and is open to all students. However, seating is limited so registration is required to attend. To register, simply click on the date link above and fill out the necessary information. We hope to see you there!
Live Practice LSAT Exam
UTA Pre-Law Center will be hosting a live practice LSAT exam that will provide students with a simulated proctored exam experience. This is a great exercise whether you're new to the LSAT and just want exposure to the test or whether your preparing to take the October 2015 LSAT and are really looking for some last minute feedback and assistance. Exam is sponsored by Princeton Review. The test will be followed by a free answers back seminar to review questions that were most widely missed. This is also a great chance to talk to an actual LSAT course instructor and get some tips for how to excel at the real exam.
The event will be free to those who attend.
Check-in begins at 8:30am
More Event Announcements for Fall 2015 Coming Soon!
Pre-Law Center and the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, along with Tarrant County Politics, hosted a forum for 10 judicial candidates in Tarrant County. Over 100 students attended to hear the candidates' views and pose questions.
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