View the announcement below from AccessLex, a non-profit organization, dedicated to providing tools for those interested in obtaining a legal education.
We are excited to announce two new resources that have been added to our AccessLex Pre-Law Services offerings:
- XploreJD by AccessLex® is an innovative new resource that gives aspiring law students – like you – an educational journey through law school selection and highlights schools that offer what you want and need in your law school experience. By answering questions related to six primary factors in the law school decision-making process and prioritizing the attributes that are most important, you can build a list of potential law school options that best fit your criteria.
- LexScholars by AccessLex℠ is a program designed to serve aspiring law students from underrepresented racial, ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds who possess potential for law school success but may be unlikely to gain admission due to unfavorable LSAT scores and undergraduate grades. Participants in the program will benefit from LSAT preparation, law school admission counseling, financial education, wellness training and writing skills development. The 2020 application cycle will open February 3, and all required materials must be submitted by April 1. Applicants selected for the program will be notified via email by April 15.
Check them out today! And as always, if you have questions about either of these resources, or the law school application and financial aid process, you can schedule a 30-minute coaching call with one of our MAX Pre-Law Coaches.
~ Your MAX Pre-Law by AccessLex® Team
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