Women & Diversity in The Law Schools ,
Our Guest will be Ebony C. Smith
She is a law student from Loyola University in Chicago, Illinois. Ebony graduated from high school in the top 10% of her class.
She attended the University of Alabama , where she majored in English , while graduating with honors. She also received her Bachelors of Arts degree in the field of International Studies and minoring in Liberal Arts and Spanish.
She later enrolled in law school at Loyola University in Chicago in the fall semester of 2011. Ebony has held such position at Loyola University as;
As The Black Law Student Association Secretary . She also has been asked to represent Loyola in Vis International Commercial Arbitration Competition in Vienna, Austria.
What about the Law school admission test, the LSAT? Are there reviews out there, that can assist candidates in their efforts to enroll in law schools. What is a preparation session like? Who can attend these sessions"? Who are those agencies that have created review sessions in order to assist and to aide the candidates with scoring a passing grade on the LSAT test?
Do female students have it more difficult than males students in law school?.
What are some of the speciality options in the profession of law? Also dose a female have the option of selecting their very own choices of speciality in law, or are they usually guided into specific fields of law? Also, are the females free to select trial law as their speciality? When it comes to selecting , which choices of internships, that they will concentrate on in the law profession are they given a choice, rather than, main streamed into particular internships?
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