Ever wonder what goes on behind the closed doors of an admissions committee meeting? Thanks to a partnership between the University of Virginia, Harvard University, New York University, University of Pennsylvania and Kaplan you now have a chance to find out.
On Monday August 19 from 8-10pm, admissions officers from each of the aforementioned top 10 law schools will conduct a mock admissions committee meeting where they will review, critique and make admissions decisions on four law school applicants. You will interact directly with the admissions officers and weigh in with their opinions on the reviewed candidates. Broadcast from the New York City Bar Association, it’s a one-night-only, not-to-be-missed event.
Specifically, our guests will review, discuss and analyze: LSAT scores, undergraduate transcripts, personal statements, diversity statements, letters of recommendation, resumes and work experience, academic misconducts, criminal records, application addenda and more.
Our featured presenters:
Anne Richard, Senior Assistant Dean for Admissions, University of Virginia School of Law
Jessica Soban, Assistant Dean & Chief Admissions Officer, Harvard University School of Law
Ken Kleinrock, Associate Dean for Admissions, New York University School of Law
Randi Garnick, Director of Admissions, University of Pennsylvania School of Law.