Savannah State University’s (SSU) Department of Political Science, Public Administration and Urban Studies, in cooperation with the SSU Pre-Law Society, will sponsor a workshop for individuals who plan to attend law school.
“The Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) is one of the most important exams a future attorney will ever take,” said Attorney Marshal Hodge, SSU instructor and advisor to the Pre-Law Society. “No one should take the LSAT without preparing.”
The “LSAT Prep Workshop” will be held May 4 and May 7-10, 5:30-8:30 p.m. The $300 fee includes two books and other materials. A $150 deposit is due by May 3. Participants will customize their preparation for the LSAT based on the results of the practice exam that will be administered on May 4.
Stacey Hornby, who has trained students at schools in Georgia, including Morehouse and Spelman, will lead all of the sessions, which will take place in Payne Hall, Room 205, on the SSU campus.
Registration is open to SSU students and others who plan to attend law school. For more information, call (912) 356-2966.
Established in 1890, Savannah State University is the oldest public historically black college or university (HBCU) in the state. The university’s 3,240 students are enrolled in 23 undergraduate and five graduate degree programs in three colleges: Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, Business Administration and Sciences and Technology.