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LSAT Accommodations and Disabilities

The Law School Admission Council is committed to assisting candidates with disabilities! Check out these great resources here to learn more about LSAC’s policies on accommodations for test takers with disabilities.

Posted by Kareena Salvi
Kareena Salvi Undergraduate Assistant for Internship Management Kareena Salvi
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Prepare for the LSAT

Part of the journey towards Law School includes the LSAT (Law School Admission Test). The test is comprised of reading comprehension, reasoning, and writing. It’s always a great idea to start preparing ahead of time, click here to find more …

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Kareena Salvi Undergraduate Assistant for Internship Management Kareena Salvi
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Find the Law Program For You

One of the challenges of Law School is figuring out the best law program for you. There are a variety of degrees or certificates from the JD Degree,  LLM Degree, Master’s Degree to the Legal Certificate. The Law School Admission …

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Kareena Salvi Undergraduate Assistant for Internship Management Kareena Salvi
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Finding The Best Law School For You!

Worried about finances, location, and requirements? Don’t know what school has the best programs for you? The Law School Admission Council provides a guide to find the best fit for you. The guide helps you learn what factors to consider …

Posted by Kareena Salvi
Kareena Salvi Undergraduate Assistant for Internship Management Kareena Salvi
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Don’t know how to get started on the Pre-Law track?

If you are interested in Pre-Law but don’t know where to start, then check out this article. The American Bar Association provides tips and more information preparing for law school and the journey ahead, including key transferable skills and resources …

Posted by Kareena Salvi
Kareena Salvi Undergraduate Assistant for Internship Management Kareena Salvi
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How to Volunteer at Food Banks Safely During COVID-19

Food insecurity is one of many problems the COVID-19 crisis has exacerbated, and food banks need your help. Donating money or nonperishable food items is one of the best and most direct ways to get involved. But if you’re willing …

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4 Things I Learned About Faith as a College Student

Rosalie Nolen in an article from the blog, “Blessed Is She,” discusses her faith journey while immersed in American college culture and 4 things that she took from the experience.  Read the article.

Posted by Sari Pascoe
Sari Pascoe Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Sari Pascoe
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Drew University’s Leoš Malec Featured In International School Leader Magazine!

Two schools, one in the Czech Republic, the other in the United States of America and dedicated educators at both demonstrate how effective partnership across borders can lead to great outcomes.  This is the story of Drew University junior, Leoš …

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Sari Pascoe Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Sari Pascoe
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Putting Study Abroad to Work

In an increasingly global economic market, employers are strategically seeking to hire employees with cross-cultural professional skills. A global experience can help students develop adaptability skills, challenge their creative problem solving abilities and increase their tolerance for uncertainty.  According to …

Posted by Hannah Faustmann
Hannah Faustmann Assistant Director, Center for Global Education Hannah Faustmann
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Why We Need Interfaith Dialogue

Dr. Ruhul Amin, a professor of mechanical engineering at Montana State University and the president of the Islamic Center of Bozeman, offers his reflections on the importance of interfaith dialogue.  He claims it is essential for us to engage in …

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