Once you’ve identified your target schools, being strategic and thoughtful in applying is the best way to increase your chances of receiving a law school acceptance letter. During this event, an Accredited Financial Counselor® from AccessLex Institute® will review the admissions landscape and the essential components of a successful law school application.
Learn about the best practices for efficiently and effectively studying for the LSAT. Covered topics include: the format of the LSAT, the skills that the LSAT tests for, new options for taking the LSAT, how the LSAT is scored, when to begin studying, what study resources to use, and more!
Once you’ve identified your target schools, being strategic and thoughtful in applying is the best way to increase your chances of receiving a law school acceptance letter. During this event, an Accredited Financial Counselor® from AccessLex Institute® will review the essential components of a successful law school application and share tips and strategies that can be utilized by historically underrepresented students to navigate the law school application process.
The workshop will be conducted by Rachel Sheffield, a veteran TestMasters instructor with an official LSAT score of 177 and over 20 years of LSAT teaching experience. Attendees will be challenged with a series of difficult LSAT questions and Rachel will demonstrate the most effective methods for tackling them.
Learn the most efficient process for evaluating the Logic Games section on the LSAT and see how to apply that process to a real Logic Game from an Official LSAT PrepTest. This masterclass features strategies on how to identify a game type, create a sketch, notate rules, and make deductions as well as how to understand levels of truth, identify question types, and apply question-specific strategies.
A little knowledge about the financial aid process and available options will go a long way in lowering your stress as you fund your legal education. During this event, an Accredited Financial Counselor® from AccessLex Institute® will discuss cost of attendance, the financial aid application process, and the types of aid available to law students.
Representatives from Samford University – Cumberland School of Law will be visiting and giving information on their law school. This is a great opportunity to network with a nearby law school and learn more about their admissions process.
Pursuing a legal education is a big decision. What is law school like, are you doing it for the right reasons? What’s it like to be a lawyer, and how can law school help you achieve your goals? Moreover, how can you achieve a sense of belonging and confidence among your peers and at your school? During this special event, experts from the legal community will answer those questions and more.
Target audience: Open to all but is most relevant to students starting law school in August 2025.
A well-built budget is the best tool for making student loan refunds last all year, managing lifestyle and expenses, tracking debt, and planning for big expenses like the bar exam during law school. During this event, an Accredited Financial Counselor® from AccessLex Institute® will walk you through how to build a budget that accounts for each of these items and more.
The LSAT is a high-stakes assessment, and anxiety associated with the pressure of performing well on the test is normal. How can you maintain mental wellness during this stressful time? In this special event, we will discuss the importance and value of the LSAT and the typical prep cycle, but we also review best practices for maintaining mental wellness in the face of these obstacles, stressors, and burdens.
Target audience: Open to all but is most relevant to students starting law school in August 2024.
Whenever you make a big investment like attending law school, it’s important to understand what you’re planning to get out of it. During this event, an Accredited Financial Counselor® from AccessLex Institute® will discuss how to calculate your law school return-on-investment using your total projected borrowing and potential starting salary, with tips on how to optimize your return as a student.