CLEO, Inc.

A Series of Monthly Pre-Law Learning & Networking Sessions. Hosted by Goulston & Storrs. Join us for one or all workshops, in-person, in Washington, DC.

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Not in the D.C. Metro area? Attend from anywhere (online seats fill up fast – check for availability). Learn more below and sign up today. Cost? FREE!

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Workshops Schedule

6:00pm - 7:30pm (ET)

All Dates are In-Person at law offices in Washington, DC – Hosted by Goulston & Storrs

Thursday, Mar 14th 2024
Attorney Panel
Cost: FREE

If you have any questions about these workshops or need assistance please contact:
Lynda Cevallos
Vice President of Academic Affairs
(240) 582-8600

Who Is Eligible for CLEO CONNECTION?

College freshmen, juniors, seniors and post-graduates who plan to apply to law school. Students can attend one, all, or as many of the monthly sessions as they would like (see the monthly list below).


A series of monthly (1x per month) topic-focused workshops. CLEO Connection is designed for maximum student interaction and Q&A in order to help pre-law students not only increase their law school preparation skills but to help build a lasting support system with peers and professionals. 


In Person – Goulston & Storrs, Offices in Washington DC – Dinner Provided!

Students in the D.C. Metro and surrounding areas are invited to attend these workshops in person (dinner provided!) All details (location, parking, etc.) will be sent after signup.

SUPPORT CLEO: Please share something about your experience with others – check out our student testimonial submission form!


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    The CLEO CONNECTION will help students make “real connections” on the road to law school.

    Let CLEO Connection answer all your law school questions and better prepare you for YOUR law school journey.

    Our goal for CLEO Connection is to engage under-represented pre-law students in lively, in person discussion with peers, law school faculty, and attorneys in order to enhance the student’s social perspective on the admissions process and law school success.

    The program provides a person-to-person environment where under-represented students can find answers to important questions about law school, create a local network of colleagues and legal professional guides, and develop their understanding of the legal field culture.

    October – “Mock Law Class”

    Come and get a taste of what a “day in the life” of a law student is like.
    CLEO Connection’s Mock Law Class is a simulated law school class for pre-law students who are interested in experiencing what an actual law school class and curriculum is like and how it differs from an undergraduate learning experience.

    The CLEO Connection Mock Law Class is led by an actual law school professor. You will learn about the different types of law classes that are offered, the grading system, the expectations of law professors, and much more.

    November – “Financial Awareness” – We have to be honest…coming to this session makes a whole lot of “cents!” (And will potentially save you some dollars as well…) Come get tips from a financial aid expert regarding getting your “financial house” in order before embarking upon the law school journey.

    December – “Law School Admissions Panel” – Attendees will hear from actual law school deans of admission about the rigorous selection process, components of a “top-notch” application, how to choose the school that’s right for you and more!

    January – “LSAT Strategies” – Newsflash: “With proper preparation, you too, can do well on the LSAT!” Come receive instruction from an industry expert who will be on hand to provide you with winning strategies and techniques.

    February – “Law Student Panel” – Come get the “inside scoop” on what law school is really like and, more importantly, what it takes to be successful from those who are currently “walking the walk:” actual law students

    March – “Attorney Panel” – There’s no better way to learn about what it takes to succeed as a lawyer than to hear it directly from the mouths of practicing attorneys. If you’re interested in interacting with experienced, proven practitioners of the law representing various sectors, then, attend this session!