Guest Blogger: Dr. Bridget Marshall
On Wednesday, April 25th at noon, 15 Honors Students gathered for an enlightening talk from Professor Frank Talty on Legal Careers. Professor Talty, who has just earned the University's Teaching Award from the Student Government Association, has a JD from Suffolk University Law School, and had his own law practice for many years before coming to
UMass Lowell. He is a currently Assistant Dean in the College of Fine Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. He provided insights into the law school application process, the LSAT, and the wide array of careers that can follow after law school. Students had lots of great questions for him. The students came from a huge range of majors, from Plastics Engineering to Criminal Justice, to English, to Political Science. There are LSAT prep classes (and GRE prep classes, too!) available to UML students: definitely take advantage of all the University has to offer! If you're interested in pursuing law school, get in touch with Professor Talty, who serves as the University's Pre-Law Advisor.
We had a great lunch and a gift card raffle at the end! Stay tuned for an update on the big end-of semester drawing!
Thanks for joining us for these great events this semester!