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  • Title: Home - CUNY School of Law - Public Interest Law School
    Descriptive info: .. Students.. Faculty.. Alumni.. About.. Admissions.. Academics.. Library.. Giving.. News.. Events.. Contact.. CUNYfirst.. CUNY Channel More Videos.. exit video.. CUNY School of Law is the premier public interest law school in the country.. Our mission is to graduate outstanding public interest attorneys and to enhance the diversity of the legal profession.. Our motto, “Law in the Service of Human Needs,” infuses everything we do.. Prof.. Kirchmeier on Impact of Scheduled Execution on the Death Penalty Debate.. Dean Michelle Anderson Featured in New York Law Journal's Law School Special Section.. Bratspies on Embracing Environmental Justice to Green Cities.. New Incubator at IIT Chicago-Kent Law Follows Trend Set by CUNY Law Incubator.. More News ».. 11/26/2012.. CLE: Extreme Hardship Immigration Cases with Immigration Judges: Psychosocial Factors.. 11/29/2012.. Puerto Rico's  ...   justice values, outstanding alumni, and innovative curriculum.. Watch the video ».. Apply to CUNY Law.. |.. CUNY Law Magazine.. Jobs at CUNY Law.. Student Handbook.. Legal Notices.. Text Only.. Make this Website Talk.. CUNY Copyright.. Site Index.. Copyright © 2012 The City University of New York School of Law | 2 Court Square, Long Island City, NY 11101-4356 | Phone: 718-340-4200.. All Rights Reserved.. Content may not be reproduced without permission.. Student Organizations.. Pro Bono and Public Service.. Registration Records.. Career Planning.. Financial Aid Scholarships.. Faculty Directory Profiles.. Faculty Experts For Media Interviews.. Faculty Scholarship Support.. Alumni e-Newsletter.. Community Legal Resource Network.. Apply Now.. Campus Tours Information Sessions.. Tuition Fees.. Academic Support.. Curriculum Course Descriptions.. Clinics Concentrations.. Social Justice Initiatives.. Student News.. Faculty News.. Alumni News.. Press Releases..

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  • Title: Giving - CUNY
    Descriptive info: Home.. The CUNY School of Law Foundation accepts gifts of all sizes and kinds.. To that end, we offer several donation methods that make it easy to give:.. Online Giving.. Online giving is simple and only takes a few minutes.. For your convenience, we accept MasterCard, Visa, American Express, and Discover on our secure site.. An automatic confirmation of your gift will be sent to the e-mail address you provide on the gift form, and an acknowledgment letter for tax purposes will follow in the mail.. There is a 3.. 3% service charge for completing a transaction online.. This is a credit card processing fee and CUNY Law does not profit from this.. If you would like to add this fee to your donated amount, 100% of your intended gift will go to CUNY Law.. Make an online donation now ».. Donations by Mail.. If you prefer to mail your donation, you can download and print a donation form to include with your check.. Please send your check, made out to "CUNY School of Law Foundation," to:.. Office of Institutional Advancement.. 2 Court Square.. Long Island City, NY 11101-4356.. Please be sure to include your name and contact information in your mailing so that your gift may be credited correctly and acknowledged.. Personal information maintained in the Foundation's records is only used for CUNY  ...   planned giving opportunities, please contact Abbi Leman at 718-340-4472.. Matching Gifts.. Many corporations have matching gift programs that will match employee gifts.. Ask your human resources department about programs your company may offer for matching your charitable donations.. CUNY Law is pleased to use your gift in the way that you designate.. A gift may be restricted by designating it to a specific Law School program.. If no designation is indicated, your gift will be treated as unrestricted and added to the.. Foundation Annual Fund.. , allowing us to use your gift where it is most needed.. Regardless of how you designate your gift, every donation is genuinely appreciated.. And every gift will make a difference.. Thank you for your support!.. Dave Fields Bequeaths $1 Million to Law School.. Dave Fields, university dean and special counsel to the chancellor, has bequeathed $1 million to CUNY School of Law.. The funds will be used equally to support student scholarships and faculty and staff development.. CUNY Law Announces Two Endowments: The Hamill Family Summer Fellowship in Children's Rights and The Luis Sanjurjo Scholarship Fund.. CUNY Law is proud to announce the first endowment for a summer fellowship and the first endowment for a scholarship at CUNY School of Law, both of which are made possible by the generosity of the Honorable Bryanne Hamill ('90) and Thomas Hamill..

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  • Title: CUNY School of Law on iTunes U - CUNY
    Descriptive info: CUNY School of Law on iTunes U.. Missed a special guest lecture? Too busy studying to catch last night's panel discussion? No worries! Now, you can view CUNY Law's inspiring and unique presentations on your computer or mobile device(s) whenever and wherever you please!.. CUNY School of Law is proud to present its own channel on iTunes U!.. Download panel discussions, lectures, commencement speeches and other public interest and social justice programming you can only find at CUNY School of Law.. All you need to access our iTunes U channel is the latest version of.. iTunes.. and an Apple ID, if you don't already have one.. Once you're logged in, you may choose  ...   you have an internet connection, all content from iTunes U is free.. How do I create an Apple ID without giving a credit card?.. In order to create an Apple ID without a credit card, you must first make sure you are in the App Store, not the iTunes Store.. Click here for a brief tutorial ».. Can I sync media from iTunes to my Android device?.. YES!.. You can manually copy most media files to your Android device, but there are many apps available that will sync iTunes with Android quite nicely.. Here are a few:.. doubleTwist.. Music WithMe.. mSpot.. TuneSync.. iSyncr.. Easy Phone Tunes.. For any other questions, please.. email the webmaster..

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  • Title: Application Forms, Checklist & Deadlines - Admissions - CUNY
    Descriptive info: Application Forms, Checklist Deadlines.. Prospective Students.. Admissions Policy.. Recruiting Events.. Check Online Application Status.. Character and Fitness.. International Applicants.. Transfer Visiting Students.. Pipeline to Justice.. Admissions Brochure.. Questions From The Road.. Frequently Asked Questions.. Women at CUNY.. Our Students Graduates.. Application Requirements Checklist.. Applicants for first-year admission must submit the following, in accordance with our policies, to complete an application file for review by the Admissions Committee:.. a completed 2013 application (.. submitted electronically through LSAC.. org.. ).. a non-refundable $60 (U.. S.. ) application fee;.. a personal statement;.. an active and complete LSDAS subscription, including a recent LSAT score;.. two letters of recommendation.. if you answered "yes" to any of the Character and Fitness questions on the application form, you must attach an addendum with complete explanation, including  ...   not understand any part of these instructions.. Applicant Deadlines.. First-Year Entering Students Application Deadline.. Fall 2013 - Application deadline is April 15, 2013.. Spring admission is not offered to first-year entering students.. Transfer Visiting Application Deadlines.. Spring 2013 - apply by December 1, 2012.. Fall 2013 - apply by July 1, 2013.. The review of an application begins only once it is complete; early application is advised.. Application decisions may be made on or before June 15; this timeline may be subject to change at the discretion of the Admissions Committee.. Application Information.. 2013 Application Information Packet.. Submit your application electronically via the LSAC website.. Check Your Application Status Online!.. If you have already applied online through LSAC website, you may check the status of your application.. here »..

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  • Title: CUNYfirst - CUNY
    Descriptive info: Getting Started / FAQ.. Student Self Service.. Faculty / Advisor Self Service.. Employee Self Service.. Signing on to CUNYfirst - from anywhere, anytime - will allow students to manage their academic careers and financial accounts in real time and more.. It will give faculty additional tools to enhance their interaction with students.. It is also designed to give staff access to powerful processes that connect with the finance, student administration and human resources functions necessary to operating the nation's largest urban university.. Claim My CUNYfirst ID.. To begin using CUNYfirst you must first.. claim your account ID.. Getting Started/FAQs..  ...   with faculty, see your complete financial profile, view your tuition and fee balance, pay by credit card online, and much more.. Faculty/Advisor Self Service.. A central online location for accessing course management information, teaching schedules, check class rosters, record grades, and much more.. Allows CUNY faculty and staff to update their personal information and work with Human Relations to keep records current.. CUNYfirst Updates.. Check here periodically for updates on the CUNYfirst project.. Login to CUNYfirst.. Getting Started.. Take a Virtual Tour.. FAQ.. CUNYfirst Support.. FirstStudents@law.. cuny.. edu.. IT Help Desk.. Mon - Thur: 8:15am-6:45pm.. Fri: 8:15am-5:30pm.. 718-340-4456.. tech-support@law..

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  • Title: The Hamill Family Endowments - Giving - CUNY
    Descriptive info: The Hamill Family Endowments.. CUNY Law Announces Two Endowments: The Hamill Family Summer Fellowship in Children’s Rights and The Luis Sanjurjo Scholarship Fund.. October 6, 2011.. The Hamills are longstanding supporters of the Law School, offering scholarships to Pipeline students and summer fellowships.. "By establishing these endowments, the Hamills have made an indelible mark on CUNY Law," said CUNY Law Dean Michelle J.. Anderson.. A retired Judge of the New York Family Court, Judge Hamill is widely recognized for her exemplary work in the New York City courts on behalf of children and families.. She was recently called out of retirement to preside over a model court serving youth transitioning out of foster care.. A member of the Law School's Board of Visitors, Judge Hamill has also developed a seminar on family law, which she has taught at CUNY.. To move their vision forward in support of our social justice work and access mission, the Hamills have contributed $100,000 to CUNY Law to establish the.. Hamill Family Fellowship Fund.. In conjunction with CUNY Law's Scholarship Committee, the Fund will award summer fellowships to outstanding CUNY Law students working in the area of children's rights.. Specifically, the endowment will provide an annual $5,000 summer stipend to a first- or second-year student who will work with or for New York City children who are at risk or in state custody.. The Hamills  ...   the Office of Student Affairs.. The Hamills have also created the.. Luis Sanjurjo Scholarship Fund.. , the first endowed scholarship fund at CUNY Law.. A graduate of Oxford and Harvard Law and a professor at Medgar Evers, Professor Sanjurjo had a major impact on Tom's life.. The scholarship is named in Sanjurjo's memory in the hope, Tom writes, "that its recipients will strive to emulate Luis's many virtues; and that other direct and indirect beneficiaries of his generosity will honor his memory by contributing to it.. ".. The Hamills' vision is to grow the Sanjurjo endowment to help diversify the legal profession by identifying students from the CUNY system and the New York City area, particularly students of color, to attend and benefit from the premiere public interest law school in the nation.. The Sanjurjo Scholarship will provide recipients with a partial tuition reimbursement.. Read Tom Hamill's tribute to Luis Sanjurjo here.. "Both Bryanne and Tom are committed to diversifying the legal profession and providing opportunities for students across New York City to benefit from the CUNY college system.. Their commitment to supporting access to education and opportunities to foster greater social justice is outstanding," said Dean Anderson.. "Their leadership in making these generous gifts will make a critical difference in the lives of our students," she added.. To make a contribution to Luis Sanjurjo Scholarship Fund, click here »..

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  • Title: Admissions - CUNY
    Descriptive info: The mission of the City University of New York (CUNY) School of Law, the only publicly-supported law school in New York City and one of only two in the State, is to educate students for the practice of law with special emphasis on public service and public interest law.. We seek to:.. Enhance the diversity of the bar and to meet previously unmet legal needs.. Recruit students from and train lawyers for historically underserved communities.. Educate all our students about the diverse and special legal needs of communities through our City and State.. Although academic potential is demonstrated through quantitative factors such as the undergraduate record and LSAT scores, the selection committee also assesses the following:.. Rigor of the areas of study and college attended.. Quality of the student body.. Grade point average and course selection trends.. Employment during college.. Individual accomplishments, backgrounds and experiences.. CUNY has a remarkable  ...   state financial aid programs and offers an extensive network of services to assist students in meeting the costs related to their education.. Tours of the Law School are conducted weekly on Fridays during the school year, with an opportunity to sit in on a first-year class prior to the start of each tour.. Frequently asked questions posed by prospective law school applicants to our admissions professionals while they travel throughout the country.. View Our Brochure.. CUNY Law's Success and Future: An Interview with Dean Michelle Anderson.. Michelle Anderson, the fourth Dean of CUNY Law School, discusses the law school's nationally recognized clinics, including the battered women's and elder law clinics, and how they serve the school's committed public interest law students.. Listen to the interview (MP3).. Contact Us.. For more information please contact the Admissions Office by calling (718) 340-4210 or sending an e-mail to the.. Office of Admissions..

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  • Title: Prospective Students - Admissions - CUNY
    Descriptive info: Accreditation.. |.. Application Fee.. Application Process.. Personal Statement.. Recommendation Letters.. Re-Application.. Fraudulent Documents.. A member of the Association of American Law Schools, CUNY School of Law is approved by the Board of Regents of New York State to confer the Juris Doctor degree and accredited by the American Bar Association, which means our graduates may sit for the Bar Exam in all 50 states.. Basic consumer information about the.. ABA-LSAC Official Guide to ABA-Approved Law Schools.. The Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar of the American Bar Association is located at:.. 321 N.. Clark Street.. Chicago, IL 60654-7598.. (312) 988-5000.. Official Website ».. An application fee of $60 (U.. S) paid electronically (only) through LSAC is required of each applicant.. This fee is not refundable.. and will not be credited toward any other Law School or University charges.. Please note that tuition and fees are subject to change by the Board of Trustees of the City University of New York.. The application process at CUNY School of Law begins October 1, when applications are first received.. Members of the Admissions Committee review completed application files and then vote on a decision.. Interviews are not part of the admissions process, although an applicant may be asked by the Admissions Committee to provide additional information to help with its review.. Applicant requests for personal interviews will not be acknowledged or granted.. For admission to CUNY School of Law, a bachelor's degree is required from an institution, accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education.. Applications that are denied are not subject to appeal.. The application form, personal statement and other materials submitted in support of the application must be.. at the time of application.. No part of the application will be returned for any reason.. The Admissions Committee seeks to evaluate an applicant's writing skills, commitment to the Law School's principles and involvement in extracurricular or service-related activities through an assessment of the required personal statement.. Please address the following questions within the context of your personal statement.. There is no minimum or maximum length requirement.. your reasons for wanting to be a lawyer;.. your reasons for wanting to attend CUNY, a public interest law school;..  ...   from a community or spiritual leader with whom you have worked, can be especially helpful.. Letters from friends of the family who only know you socially are not helpful.. Letters from relatives are not acceptable.. Letters of recommendation are an important part of the Admissions Committee's review process.. All applicants are required to have two letters of recommendation submitted on behalf of their application for admission.. If you are currently enrolled in undergraduate school or your undergraduate degree was awarded September 2011 or later, one of your required letters must be written by the professor of one of the undergraduate courses for which you received academic credit.. (This is an "academic" letter.. ) All letters must be recent, signed, dated and on letterhead stationery.. These two required letters must be submitted through the LSAC Letter of Recommendation Service.. If you previously applied to CUNY School of Law,.. we recommend that you provide us with two new letters of recommendation submitted on your behalf.. If you provided an academic letter of recommendation in your previous application (dated within five years of the current application), we will honor that letter as.. one of the two.. required letters.. We welcome supplemental letters of recommendation from CUNY Law graduates and others who have a special connection to our program.. Each letter must be on letterhead, dated within the last year and have the recommender's original signature.. Persons who have previously applied for admission to the Law School and who wish to apply again are considered re-applicants.. Re-applicants must follow all procedures and meet all deadlines established for first-time applicants.. Previous applications cannot be "reactivated.. A 2013 electronic application and non-refundable $60 (U.. ) application fee must be submitted through LSAC.. In addition,.. re-applications require a current CAS subscription even if you.. did not retake.. the LSAT or since your last application.. Read.. The City University of New York Policy on the Submission of Fraudulent Documents and on the Omission of Information in Support of an Application for Admission.. Admissions FAQ.. From how to apply to deadlines,.. click here.. to see the answers.. From the east coast to the west and from the north to the south,.. to see what questions prospective law students ask our recruiting team..

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  • Title: Admissions Policy - Admissions - CUNY
    Descriptive info: The mandate of CUNY School of Law - to serve human needs through law - derives from the New York State Legislature's findings that the City University of New York must be responsive to the needs of its urban setting and is of vital importance as a vehicle for the upward mobility of the disadvantaged in the City of New York.. Service of human needs through law affects our admissions process as much as it affects our curriculum.. We evaluate applicants according to four criteria:.. 1.. We seek people who are able to complete the program successfully.. The Law School's program is intensive and intellectually demanding.. Thus, we look for demonstration of strong academic ability, including skill in analysis, problem solving, and research.. To this end we look at past academic performance and scores on the Law School Admission Test, and to other demonstrations of academic promise.. Work completed since college, other demanding intellectual activities, extraordinary letters of recommendation and anything else that candidates bring to our attention in the application are carefully taken into account.. 2.. We look for indications that the candidate has a special affinity for our particular program.. Assessment of academic ability alone does not dominate the application process.. We try to assess some of the less tangible  ...   that have traditionally been underserved by the law and underrepresented by the profession.. 4.. We seek students who have some demonstrated connection to the State and particularly the City, because we are an institution funded by the taxpayers of the State of New York.. That connection may be manifested by residence, work experience, educational experience, other service to the State and City, or a demonstrated special concern for the solution of urban problems.. We receive many more qualified applications than we can accept.. The admissions process is therefore highly selective and successful candidates are people who, in the opinion of the Admissions Committee, manifest unusual strength in more than one of these four areas.. The result is a remarkably rich and diverse group of matriculating students in the entering class.. Of the Fall 2012 entering class; 63% were women, the average age is 27 - with the youngest 20 and the oldest 48; 49% are members of identified minority groups; and 20 states and 21 foreign countries are represented.. In addition, 69% are New York State residents, and 25 are foreign born.. All of them, in one way or another, have evidenced a commitment to the special mission of CUNY School of Law and an ability to complete our academic program successfully..

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  • Title: Campus Tours & Information Sessions - Admissions - CUNY School of Law
    Descriptive info: Please email us at.. admissionstour@law.. if you are interested in a campus visit.. Please note that availability of class visits may be subject to change due to exams, course schedule modification.. Information sessions will be held on the following Fridays from 11:00am - 1:00pm:.. November 16, 2012.. November 30, 2012.. December 7, 2012.. January 11, 2013.. February 1, 2013.. Information sessions are held periodically during the school year.. Seating is limited and reservations are required.. These dates are subject to change.. There is no cost to attend the information session.. The information  ...   read the CAS report.. Quantitative and qualitative factors in the admissions process.. CUNY School of Law programs and focus.. How to prepare for recruiting events.. CUNY School of Law representatives visit undergraduate schools, recruitment events and LSAC Law Forums to meet prospective applicants throughout the country.. You will need to register online to attend LSAC forums.. Each event will also include panels on the admissions process, financial aid, etc.. For information on school fairs, please contact the host school.. LSAC Forums Info Registration ».. CUNY School of Law.. Main Phone: 718-340-4200.. Admissions: 718-340-4210..

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  • Title: Recruiting Events - Admissions - CUNY School of Law
    Descriptive info: CUNY School of Law representatives visit undergraduate schools, recruitment events, and LSAC Law Forums to meet prospective applicants throughout the country.. To learn more about the forums and to register, visit.. www.. LSAC.. 2012 Admissions Recruiting Events Calendar.. School / Event.. Date.. Location.. Time.. LSAC Atlanta Forum, GA.. 9/8/12.. Atlanta Marriott Marquis.. 265 Peachtree Center.. Atlanta, GA 30303.. 11am-4pm.. Idealist Fair – New York.. 9/13/12.. 125 W.. 18th Street.. Metropolitan Pavilion.. 1st Floor.. New York, NY 10011.. 5pm-8pm.. LSAC Miami Forum, FL.. 9/15/12.. Hyatt Regency Miami.. 400 SE Second Avenue.. Miami, FL 33131.. Vassar College.. 9/19/12.. Main Building 2nd Floor, Villard Room.. 124 Raymond Avenue.. Poughkeepsie, NY 12604.. 2pm-4pm.. Mid-Atlantic Pre-Law Conference.. 9/21/12.. Armour J.. Blackburn University Center.. Howard University.. 2400 Sixth Street NW.. Washington, DC 20059.. 1pm-3pm.. Idealist Fair – Washington DC.. 9/28/12.. Washington Convention Center.. Hall D, 2nd Floor.. 801 Mount Vernon Place NW.. Washington, DC 20001.. LSAC Houston Forum, TX.. 9/29/12.. JW Marriott Houston.. 5150 Westheimer Road.. Houston, TX 77056.. Cornell University.. Law School Day.. 10/2/12.. Barton Hall.. Ithaca, NY 14853.. 11am-2pm.. Ithaca College.. Graduate Professional School Fair.. Emerson Suites.. Campus Center.. 953 Danby Road.. Ithaca, NY 14850.. 5:30pm-7:30pm.. Binghamton University.. Law Day.. 10/3/12.. Mandela Room.. University Union East.. Binghamton, NY 13902.. 10:30am-2:30pm.. Colgate University.. Law Fair.. 10/4/12.. Hall of Presidents.. James C.. Colgate Student Union.. Lally Lane.. 13 Oak Drive.. Hamilton.. NY 13346.. 11am-1pm.. Syracuse University.. Panasci Lounge.. 3rd Floor.. Schine Student Center.. 303 University Place.. Syracuse, NY 13244.. 5pm-7pm.. University at Albany.. 10/5/12.. Lecture Center Concourse.. 1400 Washington Avenue.. Albany, NY 12222.. LatinoJustice PRLDEF.. 10/7/12.. Pace University.. Downtown Campus.. One Pace Plaza.. New York, NY 10038.. 1pm-3:30pm.. University of Maryland.. Law School Fair.. 10/9/12.. Stamp Student  ...   Center.. Oswego, NY 13126.. Elmira College.. 10/18/12.. Campus Center Dining Hall.. One Park Place.. Elmira, NY 14901.. 11:30am-1pm.. University of Wisconsin-Madison.. 10/22/12.. Varsity Hall, 2nd Floor of Union South.. 1308 West Dayton Street.. Madison, WI 53706.. 11:00am-3pm.. LSAC Toronto Forum, ON.. 10/26/12.. Fairmont Royal York.. 100 Front Street West.. Toronto, ON M5J 1E3.. 3pm-9pm.. CUNY College Fair.. 10/27/12.. Robert H.. Goddard High School.. 138-30 Lafayette Street.. Ozone Park, NY 11417.. 10:00am-2pm.. University of California Davis.. Law School Information Day.. 11/6/12.. Freeborn Hall.. UC Davis.. Davis, CA 95616.. 10am-2pm.. University of California San Diego.. 11/7/12.. Library Walk.. UCSD Campus.. 9500 Gilman Drive.. La Jolla, CA 92093.. Five College Graduate School Fair.. Student Union Ballroom.. University of Massachusetts, Amherst.. 140 Hicks Way.. Amherst, MA 01003.. 11am-3pm.. City College of New York.. Graduate School Fair.. 11/8/12.. North Academic Center Ballroom.. CCNY.. Convent Avenue at 138th Street.. New York, NY 10031.. 12:30pm-3pm.. John Jay College Graduate Fair.. New York, NY 10019.. 3pm-7pm.. Phi Alpha Delta Law Expo.. 11/9/12.. Hilton Alexandria Mark Center.. 5000 Seminary Road, Alexandria, VA.. 10:30am-1pm.. St.. John’s University.. Ronald H.. Brown Admissions Fair.. 11/10/12.. John’s University School of Law.. 8000 Utopia Parkway.. Queens, NY 11439.. 9am-5pm.. LSAC Los Angeles Forum, CA.. Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles.. 506 S.. Grand Avenue.. Los Angeles, CA 90071.. Western Washington University.. 11/13/12.. Viking Union Multipurpose Room.. Old Main 280.. 516 High Street.. Bellingham, WA 98225.. University of Washington.. 11/14/12.. The HUB – North Ballroom.. University of Washington Seattle Campus.. 134 Mary Gates Hall.. Seattle, WA 98195.. Purchase College.. Graduate School Expo.. Student Services Building.. 735 Anderson Hill Road.. Purchase, NY 10577.. 1:30am-2:30pm.. LSAC Boston Forum, MA.. 11/17/12.. Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel.. 606 Congress Street.. Boston, MA 02210..

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