(Feb. 14, 2014) -- The UTSA Institute for Law and Public Affairs (ILPA) is accepting applications for its UTSA Summer Law School Preparation Academy (SLSPA), a top-tier pre-law program designed to increase the number of students who successfully gain admission to and excel in quality law schools. Applications are due by April 15.
The SLSPA curriculum prepares students for law school and the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) by emphasizing analytical thinking, critical reading and quality writing skills. SLSPA students receive 12 hours of undergraduate credit, which can transfer to most accredited universities. The program also features a weekly series of speakers including law school professors, admissions directors and practitioners.
Additionally, students who participate in the UTSA Summer Law School Preparation Academy will:
The academy is offered in two five-week phases. Each includes two three-credit courses. Phase I starts June 2 and Phase II starts July 10. Students can apply for Phase I as sophomores and attend the academy during the summer between their sophomore and junior years.
Students enroll in Phase II during the summer after their junior year and before their senior year. Students also can take the two phases in one summer. Those who successfully complete the SLSPA receive a UTSA Certificate in Legal Reasoning. Admittance is on a competitive basis.
UTSA open up the 2016 football season under new coach Frank Wilson at home. The Roadrunners host the Alabama State Hornets. Kick off is set for 6 p.m.
District 8 Councilman Ron Nirenberg and State Sen. José Menéndez host a Cultural Conversations event at the UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures to talk about issues of intolerance and ways to unify the community.
UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures
Known for her unique ability to make sophisticated numbers reveal simple truths, Talithia Williams explores how big data can be used to make smart decisions in education, business, and everyday situations.
Main Building Auditorium, MB 0.104, Main Campus
The UTSA International Conference on Aging inthe Americas seeks to address the important context in understanding how characteristics of physical, social and economic environments give rise to disparities in Latino health in older adults.
UTSA Downtown Campus, Durango Bldg. Southwest Room (DB 1.124)
UTSA Mexico Center director Dr. Harriett Romo and program coordinator Olivia Mogollon, along with U.S. and Mexican scholars discuss migration between Mexico and the U.S. during this panel presentation.
UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures
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