One Florida and Anti-Affirmative Action Intiatives

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The One Florida Initiative September 20, 2011
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Summer Partnership in Law Program The Summer Partnership in Law (SPIL) program at the William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, MN offers college students and graduates a law school experience to help them learn if law school is for them. The program includes two regular law school courses, indoctrination in primary legal resources through the use of the Warren E. Burger Law Library, and introduction to important study and exam skills necessary for the rigors of law school. For more information, contact the William Mitchell Office of Multicultural Affairs; (651) 290-6422; MA @wmitchell.edu . To apply, submit an application, college transcript, and one-page essay on why you are interested in law school by May 15, 2011.
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Getting Application Fee Waivers for Law School “If you are thinking about applying to law school and you think it is really expensive to do so, you are right. Applications for law school run about seventy ($70) dollars per application, with the range being usually between fifty and eighty-five ($50-85) dollars. If you are going to be an average applicant, applying to between five and ten law schools, then expect to rack up some hefty credit card bills. Or, you can look into fee waivers. Almost all law schools offer fee waivers for applicants with financial need. However, many law schools provide merit based fee waivers that are based on LSAT or GPA scores or a combination of both. Law schools know that if they recruit the best and brightest people, it can not only boost their academic ranking and prestige, but they are likely to have students who don't drop out. Some law schools offer fee waivers just because you asked. Sometimes, just an email or phone call to the admissions office at the law school you want to apply to could get you a fee waiver.” http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/1161865/_getting_application_fee_waiver s_for.html?cat=17
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Review for First Exam Politics in the Age of Obama (8-25 readings and chapter 6) The Tea Party and the Republican Party (8-30 readings and chapter 8) Affirmative Action (Origin, Strict Scrutiny, Bakke, and Gratz)
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