LSAC Global is hosting a webinar today with OP Jindal Law School, IFIM and JLU’s Deans and Directors to share valuable insights on how to get into your dream Law Schools.
The choice of your law school ultimately affects the direction your career will take. Therefore, it is very important to determine the best college that fits your goals. There are many aspects that you need to consider while choosing a law school, and the more information you collect about the schools that interest you, the greater the likelihood of making the right choice.
Prestige associated with a college, its ranking, tuition and other fees, financial and scholarships support, placement and internship opportunities are amongst a long list of the things that you need to research.
LSAC Global brings you an informative session with leadership team of some of the leading law schools in India to make it easier for you to gather the information for making your selection. These colleges are part of the LSAC Global Law Alliance, a national consortium of prestigious private law colleges in India who set aside seats specifically for applicants who appear for the LSAT—India.
Theme: Get Into your Dream Law College in 2021
Date & Time: 4 May 2021, Tuesday, 7:00 PM IST
The Panellists include
- Yusuf Abdul-Kareem, Vice President, Emerging Markets, LSAC
- Prof. Anand Prakash Mishra, Director of Law Admission, Assoc. Prof. of Legal Practice & Assoc. Dean O.P. Jindal Global Law School
- Prof. Padmanabha Ramanujam, Dean, IFIM Law School,
- Prof. (Dr.) Sandeep Shastri, Vice Chancellor, Jagran Lakecity University
LSAT—India, being administered starting 29 May 2021, serves as the first step towards your goal of attending your dream law school in this changing environment. Learn more about how to register at www.discoverlaw.in. You can also access an extensive library of practice test material on LSAC LawPrepsm for your law entrance test preparation.
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