Vassar Goes to Law School: Alumnae/i Panel & Breakout Topic Discussions with Alumnae/i (Alumnae/i Panel)
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Sunday, April 11, 2021Time
Main Building Virtual Room 1
Are you thinking about law school after Vassar? Curious how Vassar prepares you for a legal education? Join us on Sunday, April 11 at 1 PM ET on Zoom to hear from Vassar alumnae/i who are current law school students! While more alumnae/i are being finalized, confirmed alumnae/i panelists for the opening panel include:
- Cecilia Bobbitt ’19, JD Candidate (2L), UCLA School of Law
- Nora Brodnitz ’15, JD Candidate (2L), Columbia Law School
- Jocelyn Hassel '16, JD Candidate (3L), Harvard Law School
- Alexandra Lowe-Server '14, JD Candidate (1L), Georgetown University Law Center
- Emmett Weiss '18, JD Candidate (1L), New York University School of Law
- John Winton '16, JD Candidate (3L), Fordham University School of Law
- Sean Xu ’20, JD Candidate (1L), University of Chicago Law School
1:00 - 2:15: Law School Alumnae/i Panel
2:15 - 2:30: Breakout Room Set-Up & Explanation | Brief Break
2:30 - 3:00: Breakout Room, Round I
3:00 - 3:05: Breakout Room Rotation | Brief Break
3:05 - 3:35: Breakout Room, Round II
After the opening alumnae/i panel, all attendees (which will include admitted and current students as well as alumnae/i) are invited to stick around to have more informal conversations with additional alumnae/i who are in law school in breakout rooms around topics of interest (Gaining Insight into the Law Outside of the Vassar Classroom, Preparing for the LSAT, Gap Year Experience, Underrepresented in Law, Law School Compared to Vassar College).
As always, attendees are welcome to come late or leave early as their schedule requires. Advance RSVP on Zoom is required to get the Zoom link. This event is organized by the Career Development Office, the Vassar Law Club, and the Office of Admission.