The Second Annual National Black Pre-Law
Admissions & Preparation Conference and Law Fair 2006
Friday – Sunday, September 8-10, 2006
The Magnolia Hotel * Dallas, Texas
Encouraging Excellence, Strategic Thinking, and a Competitive Mindset
Among African American Law School Aspirants
“I WANT TO BE A BLACK LAWYER”
ATTENTION ASPIRING BLACK LAWYERS!!! YOU COULD WIN FREE REGISTRATION TICKETS TO THE NATIONAL BLACK PRE-LAW CONFERENCE IN DALLAS!!! THE FIRST AND ONLY INFORMATION-SHARING, EMPOWERMENT AND NETWORKING EVENT IN THE COUNTRY FOCUSED ON THE SUCCESS OF FUTURE BLACK LAWYERS!!!
What you need to do to enter: Write a one-page essay clearly explaining why you want to become a lawyer, what you intend to do with your law degree and why attending the National Black Pre-Law Admissions & Preparation Conference will help you achieve your goal.
Where to send your entry: Applicants should send their one (1) page essay to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a photo in jpeg format, their name, major(s) classification and the school they attend or graduated from. There is no age limit or requirement that you still be an undergraduate to enter. If you are Black and want to be a lawyer, we encourage you to enter!!!
Number of winners/prizes: The winner of the top essay will receive a full free conference registration entitling him or her to entry in all workshop sessions, panel discussions and institutes on Friday, Saturday and Sunday morning, a free ticket to the Friday afternoon private luncheon, and free tickets to the Networking Social and the Legacy Builders Awards Reception, and access to the VIP lounge. The next top five winning essays will receive full free registrations for the conference; The next five runners-up will receive a 50% off fee waiver of the total cost of conference registration and free tickets to the Networking Social and the Legacy Builders Awards Reception. EVERY person who enters the contest will be automatically entered for a drawing to receive free "law-related" prizes and will receive FREE memberships into the National Association of Future Black Law Students (NAFBLS).
Deadline: Monday, August 21, 2006.
Please note: Although registration is free or half off for contest winners, they are still responsible for their meals, hotel expenses and transportation to Dallas. But it’s worth it. This will be a groundbreaking and historic event!!! . . . A conference team member is available to assist you with any questions and in making arrangements.