The Black Law Students Association at Osgoode Hall Law School (“BLSA Osgoode”) is pleased to announce that the 2022 LSAT Bursary Program is now accepting applications!
At our annual Black History Month Celebration, BLSA Osgoode will announce the recipients of the LSAT Bursary on February 16th, 2022, and award them with full tuition towards an LSAT prep course with HarvardReady (approximately $1400 in value) during the Lincoln Alexander Award Ceremony on February 28th, 2022. The bursary will be paid directly to HarvardReady, and the student may commence the prep-course immediately.
Recipients of the bursary will be required to enroll in a HarvardReady LSAT preparatory course in the current year. Courses are offered during the spring, summer, and fall.
HarvardReady is a highly regarded LSAT prep course that offers features that improve chances of success such as: 100 in-class hours, small class sizes, free repeats and several proctored tests. HarvardReady also has online options available to accommodate the COVID-19 pandemic. All of these features will be at the disposal of the LSAT Bursary recipient.
The deadline to submit your application is Friday, February 5th 2022. Click here to access the application.
To be eligible for consideration, applicants must be:
1) Students who, self-identify as Black, have successfully completed a minimum of one full year at a recognized university in a program leading to a degree (preference will be given to upper year students)
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2) Individuals who self-identify as Black, have not attended university or have less than 3 years of university AND are at least 26 years of age (as of September 1st of the year of admission) AND have a minimum of 5 years of non-academic experience.
Applicants are asked to submit their resume at the end of this application, in word document or pdf format.
Thank you for your interest in the LSAT Bursary and we look forward to receiving your application. Should you have any questions please contact BLSA Osgoode at email@example.com.
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