Shubham Bhakuni|Jan 19, 2022
LSAC announces LSAT—India 2022 law admission series; Check all details here
The LSAT India 2022 law admission series aims to provide LSAT—India applicants and other law aspirants to interact with law school representatives.
NEW DELHI: Law School Admission Council (LSAC)—Global has announced the LSAT—India 2022 admission series in collaboration with several law universities in India. The LSAT—India admission series, starting on December 18, 2021, aims to provide law aspirants with an opportunity to interact with law school representatives.
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According to the LSAC, the LSAT—India law admission series aims to provide LSAT—India applicants and prospective law students an opportunity to engage and interact with law school representatives on their teaching pedagogy, admission requirements, internships, placements, scholarships and other aspects. This interaction is expected to help students to make informed decisions and prepare better for their desired law school.
The invitation mail shared by LSAC Global reads, “The session will feature distinguished representatives from five premier LSAC Global Law Alliance Schools. It will be conducted on Zoom with a brief introduction by each participating college followed by one-hour break-out sessions where you can choose to interact directly with law school representatives of your preferred college and have your questions answered. You may even switch to other rooms and hear what other colleges have to offer.”
LSAT—India 2022 law admission series — Important details
Date and time: December 18, 2021, 4:00 pm
Format: Virtual - Zoom
Zoom Meeting: General Information Session (30 mins)
Zoom Breakout: Law School Admission Session (1 hr)
The admission series will host the following LSAC Global Law Alliance member colleges.
Jindal Global Law School, Sonepat
SVKM’S NMIMS Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, Mumbai
UPES School of Law, Dehradun
Bennett University School of Law, Greater Noida
IFIM Law School, Bangalore
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