Who Is Eligible for ASAP?: College juniors, seniors and post-graduates who plan to apply to law school can participate in ASAP.
What: Intensive weekend to help participants develop the tools they need to understand the application process and become competitive law school applicants.
Deadline: May 1, 2021
ASAP is going virtual!
Friday: Welcome, Program Overview, & Virtual Social Hour
Saturday: Full ASAP Program with Law School Experts• June 26 & 27• July 10 & 11• July 24 & 25• July 31 & August 1
- June 25 – 26, 2021
July 9 – 10, 2021
- July 23 – 24, 2021
- July 30 – 31, 2021
Host Law Schools will be:
New York Law School
American University Washington College of Law
The University of Chicago Law School
Golden Gate University School of Law
(San Francisco, CA)
ASAP – Achieving Success in the Application Process is a two-day pre-law summer seminar which focuses on the law school application process. Participants should intend to apply to law school in the fall semester after attending the program. The primary goal of ASAP is to help prospective law school applicants understand the importance of factors in the admission process that are often overlooked or undervalued.
To prepare talented, highly motivated students to gain admission to and succeed in law school.
The ASAP program curriculum will focus on aspects of the law school application process that are commonly overlooked or undervalued by students when applying to law school.
The ASAP curriculum seminar includes the following sessions:
selecting a law school
drafting personal statements
LSAT preparation strategies
selecting sources for letters of recommendation
Note: Travel and accomodations are not covered for regional events.
Advantages of being an ASAP participant include:
Provides a head start on the law school admissions process
Establishes mentoring relationships with CLEO students in law school
Opportunity to network with Attitude Is Essential (AIE) participants from around the country
An opportunity you don’t want to miss
ASAP is open to college juniors and seniors, as well as post-graduates.