By Matt Gavin
Assistant Dean of Admission, Suffolk University Law School
As the law school recruitment season is upon us, I thought it would be a good time to introduce myself and to welcome you to your future legal career. However, an entire academic year sits between you and your foray into law school. This time will be filled with LSAT preparation and examination, researching law schools and meeting with representatives, law school applications and gathering letters of recommendation all while completing your final year of college and/or working full time.
This may sound overwhelming, but with the right amount of organization your law school application process can be less complicated than you may imagine. Throughout the season I will be providing helpful tips and updates on everything from law school application procedures to first year law student tips and career and bar exam advice (it’s never too early).
Whether you are a college student, a working professional, an active military serviceperson, or even a recent retiree, this blog will be useful and informative.
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