Master the Law School Admission Process

Are you considering law school? Learn how law schools evaluate the key components of the process: Your LSAT or GRE score, personal statement, optional essays, addendum, recommendations, resume, research, leadership, community service, study abroad, internships and work experience. Understand how to research schools and evaluate programs and get an insider’s view so you can master the process.

This event will be followed by a Develop Your Law School Admission Plan & Materials workshop.

Two Sigma Information Session - Full-Time and Internship Opportunities for Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, Masters, and PhD's

We are Two Sigma. We imagine breakthroughs in investment management, insurance and related fields by pushing the boundaries of what open source and proprietary technology can do.

In the process, we work to help real people. Through our investors, we support the retirements of millions around the world and help fund breakthrough research, education and a wide range of charities and foundations.

Our engineers and modelers harness data at tremendous scale, using machine learning, distributed computing and other technologies to build powerful predictive models.

Princeton in Washington: Women in Business & Entrepreneurship

Join us for a special panel dedicated to discussion of women in business in various professions around the city. Jacqueline Plunkett '06 has 10 years of women's marketing experience and worked for the Google Elections Team for the 2016 election. Kathryn Hamm '91 is an author on same-sex weddings, published of GayWeddings.com, and an Education Expert for WeddingWire.

This event is part of the Princeton in Washington series.

Princeton in Washington: ESPN/ABC News Studio tour & show taping led by Tisha Thompson '99

Tisha Thompson joined ESPN as an investigative reporter for Outside the Lines in early 2017. Previously, Thompson worked as an investigative reporter at WRC News 4 in D.C., where her stories led to the creation of new laws and regulations and multiple firings and corporate changes. In addition to her 22 Emmy Awards, Thompson has won three Gracie awards, 15 Associated Press Awards and 14 Edward R. Murrow Awards. She has more than 100 regional and national awards.  

Princeton in Washington: Shelley Klein '86

Shelley Klein spent 13 years in the consulting profession, with Pricewaterhouse, KPMG and BearingPoint, focusing on analysis and new program and product development related to credit products, particularly federal, state, local and international credit programs. He joined Fannie Mae in 2004 and currently leads a team of modelers, software engineers and analysts responsible for forecasting credit losses and house prices, setting the company's reserves and valuing the mortgages it has on its books.


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