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G-Plus is a four week academically rigorous program focused on writing, critical thinking and analysis, aimed at rising freshmen and sophomores from underrepresented minority groups, who are interested in becoming attorneys. In addition to the academic coursework, participants will learn about the law school admission process, the Law School Admissions Test, explore the field of law through professional development workshops and presentations, and visits to federal and state courts, as well as law firms and corporate legal departments.
The program runs from May 19 to June 14. Up to 24 participants will be selected.
Rising college freshmen and sophomores enrolled at two and four year institutions, in all majors from all backgrounds.
There is no tuition or room and board charge for this program. G-PLUS program provides housing in residence hall accommodations, course materials and a $1000 stipend to all participants, which should also be used to cover food cost (all housing units have full kitchens). Participants are responsible for their travel expenses to and from Atlanta, Georgia.
The application process is very competitive. However, each application is carefully reviewed in its entirety by the program's admissions committee prior to selection. In order to be considered for the 2013 G-PLUS program, we must receive the following information by March 15, 2013:
Once you have a complete application package, please send it to (note: incomplete application packages will not be considered):
Georgia State University College of Law
Career Services Office (G-PLUS)
P.O. Box 4037
Atlanta, GA 30302-4037
If you have any other questions, please contact Ray English at 404.413.9074 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.