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May 16, 2014

Six Students Receive LSAT Prep Scholarships from Warner Norcross


Six minority students have received Law School Admissions Test Preparation, or LSAT, scholarships from Warner Norcross & Judd LLP.

Now in its seventh year, the program provides scholarships to enable selected minority students at Michigan colleges to attend a study course designed to prepare them to take the LSAT.  Studies have shown that students who take a formal LSAT prep course score higher on the test, which determines entrance into law school.

The 2014 scholarship winners are:
 
  • Destiny M. Carter, University of Michigan
  • Brenda Garcia, Grand Valley State University
  • Marlin Gutierrez McCoy, University of Michigan
  • Sandy N. Nguyen, Grand Valley State University
  • Baltazar Nuñez-Aguado, Hope College
  • Kashira Doné Patterson, University of Michigan
 
The LSAT program is one of two scholarship initiatives offered by the firm to promote diversity in the legal profession.  Warner Norcross also sponsors a Minority Scholarship Program that provides financial support to a selected law, paralegal and legal secretarial student.

 
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