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About the Opportunity
The Assistant Dean of Admission, David Weinberg, will be travelling to India in the beginning of next month, for a period of 10 days and stopping at a few different cities.
From December 2nd to December 5th, Dean Weinberg will be in Ahmedabad area visiting schools. He will also have the opportunity to offer an information session for interested prospective students at a convenient and central location. Time TBD.
From December 5th to December 7th, the Assistant Dean will be in New Delhi attending the 2019 Law College Forum. The Law College Forum is an open-house-style recruitment event that makes it easy for you to research law colleges on a more personal level.
Law Colleges will be available to speak to prospective students from 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. on 6 December. Workshops will be held from 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. For full details, click here.
Finally, Dean Weinberg will be in the Mumbai and Pune area from December 7th to December 11th, visiting schools, alumni and law firms. He will have availability to meet any interested prospects, on Tuesday, December 10th at a convenient and central location. Time TBD.
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