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Ramapo Pre-Law Blog: Updates

Law School Admission Day

Wednesday, October 26, 2016, 1-4 p.m.

Montclair State University, Student Center Ballrooms A, B, C

Please direct questions to: alorenz@ramapo.edu or mserban@ramapo.edu

For info, log onto LSAC / Ramapo Pre-Law Blog (see disclaimer below)

Welcome to Ramapo College Pre-Law Advising. This site is designed to assist you in applying to law school and answer general questions you might have on the intricate application process. If questions remain after you have navigated through the site, please contact Dr. Aaron Lorenz, the Pre-Law Advisor.

The Advisor can help you decide whether to go to law school and which schools you should apply to. Assistance can be provided in preparing for the LSAT, drafting personal statements, obtaining letters of recommendation and financing your legal education. Pre-Law Advising will also guide you on the process of Dean’s Certification letters required by some law schools.

On these pages, you will find an array of information on most topics related to the decision to attend law school. You should also check out the Ramapo Pre-Law blog for announcements about workshops and panels on topics relating to law school and the practice of law, as well as other recently updated information.

It is the mission of the Ramapo College Pre-Law Advisor to provide comprehensive services to students and graduates interested in pursuing legal careers. It is the hope of Ramapo College that you will go on to law school and become a happy and productive legal scholar and/or lawyer.

Dr. Aaron Lorenz, Pre-Law Advisor
Ramapo College
505 Ramapo Valley Road
Mahwah, NJ 07430
(201) 684-7732 (ofc)
(201) 684-7257 (fax)
alorenz@ramapo.edu

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