Council on Legal Education Opportunity: Achieving Success in the Application Process, Two-Day Virtual Program. Register Now for NYC, June 28-29.

Happy (almost) Spring, dear colleagues!

Purpose: To help Pre-Law students apply strategically for law school in 2025 or 2026 at CLEO’s Achieving Success in the Application Process (ASAP).


Ø Insider Tips from Law School Admission deans & directors

Ø Law School Admission deans & directors’ guidance on personal statements, addenda, LORS & & more

Ø To Connect w/ Admission deans/directors, attorneys, & law students

We look forward to getting your ASAP application. 

To Apply & for details click here:

Important Event: Bringing International Sex Traffickers to Justice

Greg Gutzler
Partner, Dicello Levitt LLP

“Bringing International Sex-Traffickers to Justice”

Tuesday, March 19, 2024
6:30 to 8:00 pm
Building 1P, Room 120 (Recital Hall)
A CC CLUE certified event

About Greg Gutzler.  Mr. Gutzler is a litigator specializing in several forms of complex litigation. He has been on the front lines in protecting women and men from sexual abuse, discrimination, and exploitation. He is lead counsel in a civil suit involving the world’s largest-ever sex trafficking case, which spans six countries and fifty years of abuse. On December 10, 2021, Dateline NBC featured Greg in its revered news magazine program in an episode titled, “The Secrets of Nygard Cay.”  Greg’s grasp of the nuances of common law—the influence of jurisdictions, who’s on the bench, and more—converge in a simple insight: The system never dispenses justice based on predicable formulas, so legal professionals must fight to achieve justice. He views DiCello Levitt as the right firm to advance that fight for its clients, drawing on a shared vision of commitment, creativity, and loyalty. []

Sponsored by the Department of Sociology and Anthropology

LSAT Test Dates Announced

2024-2025 LSAT Test Dates
August 2024 LSAT:  Wed8/7 – Sat 8/10
September 2024 LSAT:  Wed9/4 – Sat 9/7
October 2024 LSAT:  Tue10/1 – Sat 10/5
November 2024 LSAT:  Wed11/6 – Sat 11/9
January 2025 LSAT:  Wed1/15 – Sat 1/18
February 2025 LSAT:  Fri2/7 – Sat 2/8
April 2025 LSAT:  Thu4/10 – Sat 4/12
June 2025 LSAT:  Thu6/5 – Sat 6/7
Registration for these administrations will open in mid-May.

Pre-Law Society, Student Club. First Meeting, Thurs., 3/7, 2:30, Building S1 Room 115. Pizza and soda will be served

From Taylor Caffarilla, President of the Pre-Law Society

Hello everyone,

This Thursday, March 7th, at 2:30 PM in building 1s room 115, we will be hosting the first meeting of the semester for the Pre Law Society! I hope that everyone will be able to stop by. Professor Paris will come by briefly to talk a bit about the steps to becoming a lawyer; also, THERE WILL BE PIZZA!! Afterward, we can all get to know each other a bit and make plans for the rest of the semester to come. I will send out another reminder tomorrow. Looking forward to getting the semester started together.

All the best,

Taylor Caffarilla

Paid and Unpaid Summer Internships with U.S. Senator Kristen Gillibrand; Deadline April 30

Consult the FAQ’s at this link for application information and how you can apply for a paid internship (stipend= $3,500).

U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand’s New York City office seeks highly motivated, dedicated and civic-minded students to apply for our Summer 2024 internship program. Interested students are invited to apply now at

We invite you to share this information and attached flyer with college or graduate students in your network. Our program is designed to cultivate and mentor student leaders with professional development for future public service opportunities. In order to be considered, applicants must submit a current resume, cover letter, writing sample, letter of reference, and transcript (unofficial accepted).

By working directly with Senator Gillibrand’s staff, interns are provided a unique perspective to engage with government work in the local office of a federally elected representative. Interns have the opportunity to engage with key functions of Senator Gillibrand’s New York City office, such as interacting directly with constituents, attending events and helping to manage relationships with community leaders and organizations, amongst other assignments.

Please note that our office offers unpaid educational internships. However, a $500 stipend (intended to defray the cost of commuting) is available to qualified summer interns in our New York City office. 

Questions? Please contact Gillibrand_InternshipsNYC@gillibrand.senate.govThank you for sharing this information, and we hope to host students from your program soon.

McKenzie Perkins (she/her)
NYC Deputy Scheduler & Special Assistant to State Director
Senator Kirsten E. Gillibrand