In connection with The Council on Legal Education Opportunity (” CLEO”), Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School (” AJMLS”) recently presented Road to Law School, a prelaw workshop. CLEO is a nationwide non-profit organization that was established in the 1960’s to broaden opportunities for minority and low-income students wishing to participate in law school. The Road To Law School seminar intends to offer Freshmen an introduction to key aspects of the law school application procedure.
The event included a range of workshops intended to help law school hopefuls ready themselves for law school. Seminar subjects included Practical Law: Practicing Law in the “Real World;” a Mock Law Class; How to Get one of the most Out of Your Undergraduate Experience; a Mock Admissions Committee; a Reading/Writing Workshop; and an Introduction to Logical Reasoning & Critical Thinking.
Attendees were invited to lunch with the CLEO, Alumni, Associates & Fellows. Additionally, the event boasted speakers with stellar legal backgrounds and careers.