LSAC awards Georgia State Law $300,000 to establish pre-law scholars program
February 1, 2011
ATLANTA -- Georgia State University College of Law was one of two schools selected by the Law School Admission Council, DiscoverLaw.org Subcommittee to receive $300,000 ($100,000 a year over the next three years) to establish a Pre-Law Undergraduate Scholars Program at Georgia State University ("G-PLUS Program). The law school's proposal was prepared by Ray English, Associate Director of Career Services.
The Pre-Law Undergraduate Scholars Program is a summer residential program aimed at freshmen and sophomores, from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups, interested in pursuing legal careers. The goal of the program is to provide them with skill enhancement and other forms of assistance that will strengthen their preparation for law. The program will also educate participants on the law school application process.
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