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CLEO’s 1-day Seminar for College Freshmen & Sophomores Hosted by CLEO Partners In Law Schools.

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    RTLS is a 1-Day In-Person Informative Workshop

    WHO: College Freshmen & Sophomores are invited to attend this informative “Road to Law School” educational workshop. $20 registration fee covers the entire cost of the workshop.


    Saturday, March 9th
    9am – 4pm
    Hosted by:

    The University of Richmond School of Law
    Workshop Location:
    On Campus – Richmond, VA 

    Saturday, March 23rd
    9am – 4pm
    Hosted by:

    The University of New Mexico School of Law
    Workshop Location:
    On Campus – Albuquerque, NM

    Use the button below to Register for this workshop – Important* After submitting the form check back here (click on button again) to make sure your form submission was recieved.

    Program start time, as well as, all location and arrival information will be provided in your welcome email after registration – (average workshop time frame is 9am-4pm ET).

    Contact Lynda Cevallos
    Vice President of Academic Affairs
    (240) 582-8600


    Who Is Eligible for ROAD TO LAW SCHOOL (RTLS)?

    College Freshmen & Sophomores who plan to apply to law school can participate in RTLS.

    What Is RTLS?
    Informative 1-Day workshop to help participants understand what the key components of the law school application process are and how to become competitive law school applicants.

    Where & When: 
    On location at the campus of the hosting law school – details will be provided upon registration. Average workshop time is 9am-4pm ET


    The “Road to Law School” workshop is designed for pre-law college freshmen & sophomores and offers valuable insights and guidance to help them succeed in their journey toward law school.

    Here’s what you’ll experience:

    Mock Law Class: “A Day in The Life of a Law Student”
    The professor will place the students in a “mock” law school setting and introduce the students to the process of legal reasoning and legal analysis.

    How to Get the Most Out of Your Undergraduate Experience
    This session taught by Pre-Law Advisor, will educate students on topics such as selecting a challenging course load, developing strong relationships with professors and pre-law advisors, and developing solid time management and study skills.

    Practical Law: Practicing Law in the “Real World”
    An attorney will focus on the everyday life of a lawyer, including the day-to-day life of an attorney, case management, and life in the courtroom.

    Mock Admissions Committee
    Students will have the opportunity to view summaries of actual law school applications, discuss the strengths and weaknesses of each, and learn what admissions professionals say about the applicants and their applications.  The goal is to help students appreciate the competitive nature of law school admissions by understanding that their applications will always be evaluated in comparison to those submitted by other students.  This session will also stress the importance of undergraduate grades (GPA) and LSAT scores in admission decisions.  This session will be conducted by admission officers.

    Lunch Break (Lunch is Provided) – networking with peers and professors/presenters

    Reading/Writing Workshop
    This workshop will emphasize critical reading and basic writing skills. The goal is to explain to the participants the correlation between strong reading and writing skills and success in both their undergraduate work and the LSAT.  

    Introduction to Logical Reasoning & Critical Thinking
    This session will challenge students to begin (or continue) to develop logical reasoning skills by tackling a sample logic problem.  Also, students will learn how selecting courses that challenge their analytical skills will help them during their undergraduate coursework, and on the LSAT examination.

    Eligibility: College freshmen & sophomores aspiring to apply to law school are eligible to participate in the “Road to Law School” workshop.

    Workshop Description: The workshop is an informative one-day event that provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of the key components of the law school application process. It aims to empower students to become competitive law school applicants.

    Location & Schedule: The workshop takes place on the campus of the hosting law school shown in the workshop dates section above, with specific details provided upon registration. The typical duration of the workshop is from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM in the time zone of the hosting school.

    This workshop serves as a valuable resource for college freshmen & sophomores with an interest in pursuing a legal education, offering guidance on academic and practical aspects of the journey toward law school admission.