Category Archives: LSAT and Law School Info

Patrick McCarthy ’15 Soon To Be An Army JAG

By Brendan W. Clark ’21 Editor-in-Chief Patrick McCarthy ’15, a Public Policy and Law and Economics double major, will soon be a commissioned Judge Advocate and First Lieutenant in the United States Army. McCarthy spoke with the Voice about his … Continue reading

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Something to Write Home About…

Christina Seda (’09, third from left) is now a 1L at Yale, and wanted to share this great moment with the PubPol majors back home at Trinity!  Her small section traveled to DC to observe a Supreme Court oral argument, … Continue reading

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Focus on Faculty: Michael Bangser, Visiting Professor of Public Policy & Law

Suzy Wang (’13) For Professor Bangser, teaching at Trinity College was a lucky coincidence.  After serving as general counsel for nine years at a large nonprofit organization created by the Ford Foundation and later as President of the Hartford Foundation … Continue reading

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Applying to law school this fall?

If you’re a junior and planning to apply to law school in the fall of 2011, get started! Between now and the fall, there are only two LSATs administered- one in June and one in October.  If you didn’t take … Continue reading

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Law.com’s New Go-To List

University of Chicago Law, home to then-Professor Obama for twelve years, takes the top spot. For the full list, as well as more law school stats, click here.

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Good Luck LSAT Students!

This weekend is the February LSAT, so I just wanted to take a couple of minutes to wish everyone good luck and offer some advice from the June and October LSAT students! 1. Don’t Panic.  The LSAT is a high … Continue reading

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