As you explore your law school options, we invite you to take us up on a unique opportunity – schedule an individual Zoom to talk about YOU!
While we invite you to tour the law school, visit a class, and meet with an admissions representative, we know that it isn’t always possible to do so, especially in these Covid 19 times. We will, throughout the upcoming admissions cycle, offer a full schedule of Zoom webinars, panels, and presentations on a variety of topics of interest to prospective law students, as well as opportunities to join us for virtual Coffee & Conversation (meet and greets) to which you will be invited in the coming months.
However, it’s hard to talk about what YOU want to talk about in a group Zoom – what are your chances for admission, how to improve your application, will I qualify for a scholarship, what do you offer in my area of interest, should I know what I want to specialize in now – we suspect those are the questions you really want to talk about.
We invite you to request a “Lets’ Talk About You” one-to-one Zoom or call with one of our admissions professionals! It’s easy – click on the link to request a day and time that works for you. Give us some options of when you will be available and whether you’d like to schedule a call or Zoom visit scheduled just for YOU!
We look forward to a dialogue with you, hearing about you and giving insight and advice on law school admissions, as it directly relates to you. After all, we know what it takes to get into law school. Of course, we’ll be happy to talk to you about the Thurgood Marshall School of Law as well, scholarship availability and the myriad of opportunities available to you both at Thurgood Marshall Law and in Houston.
We urge you to reach out to schedule your call or personal Zoom visit – or, if you just have questions. We’ll always be happy to hear from you!
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