Tag Archive: california lsat

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Blueprint LSAT Instructor Get-to-Know: Southern California II

With most of Blueprint LSAT Prep’s summer courses getting started this weekend, it’s time to wrap up our ongoing LSAT blog series, Blueprint LSAT Prep Instructor Get-to-Know.

We’ve had a lot of fun. It all started with New York LSAT prep instructorsMatt Shinners, Christian Benante, and Andy Kiersz. Then we learned about Boston and Washington DC LSAT prep instructors Laura Santoski and Mark Salvador, followed by Steve Homola, Patrick Moore, and Adam Kravatz in Chicago, Miami, and Philadelphia. The next installment highlighted Texas LSAT prep instructors Jessica Jackelen, Mark Kao, and Sam Huang. Then we checked out Bay area LSAT prep instructors Aaron Cohn, Nick Rey, Phil Belleau, and Ben DeGolia, followed by Phoenix, San Diego, and Seattle LSAT prep instructors Dylan Gadek, Nick McIntosh, and Yuko Sin.

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Blueprint LSAT Instructor Get-to-Know: Southern California I

We’re winding down the Blueprint LSAT Prep Instructor Get-to-Know series here on the LSAT blog, with only the southern California area left. We’ve got so many classes in the area, I had to split it into two LSAT blog posts (part II will go up next week).

If you’re unfamiliar with Blueprint LSAT Prep Instructor Get-to-Know, it entails all Blueprint LSAT Prep summer instructors answering five unique questions so that you can know them a little better before taking their LSAT prep class. If you’re not in the LA area, you may want to check out the Blueprint LSAT Prep Instructor Get-to-Knows in New York, Boston and Washington DC, Chicago, Miami and Philadelphia, Texas, the Bay area, or Phoenix, San Diego and Seattle.

Let’s meet Blueprint LSAT Prep’s summer LSAT course instructors in southern California (the first half of them, at least):

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Logical Reasonings / 1.4.13

A) Hey, California LSAT prep students, before you go to law school in the Golden State, check this list of top California bar exam results. Above the Law.

B) The job market for law grads may be bleak, but at least law firms aren’t taking advantage of it. Oh, wait. Some of them are. Forbes.

C) Flipping off cops isn’t a good idea. Even if it isn’t against the law. New York Times.

D) Looks like Chris Christie got his point across. More Sandy relief is on the way. Wall Street Journal.

E) Someone calculated how many people each character on Friends had sex with. Turns out Joey was doin’ just fine. Grantland.