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Los Abogados invites individuals who plan to take the Fall 2024 LSAT to apply for the Charles Calleros Fellowship Pipeline Program.

Application Qualifications and Requirements:

     ▪ Applicants must meet the eligibility requirements to take the Fall 2024 LSAT. Details here.

     ▪ Provide a Personal Statement that demonstrates their experience and skills in leadership, service to the community, and support efforts in the Hispanic/Latino community;

     ▪ Submit Completed Application by Deadline;

     ▪ Submit a Resume;

     ▪ Submit Undergraduate Transcripts (unofficial copies are acceptable);

     ▪ Demonstrate Financial need; and 

     ▪ Carefully review and agree to the Attendance Policy and Time Commitment below.

Applicants must submit their completed application by Sunday, April 14, 2024 11:59 PM.

Attendance Policy: To remain eligible for the Fellowship, a Fellow cannot miss more than two (2) Lectures; and (1) Saturday LSAT Practice Exam (Program Schedule below). Los Abogados reserves the right to place a Fellow on probation should a Fellow's attendance fall below this attendance policy and/or remove a Fellow from the LSAT Fellowship Program and replace them with a waitlisted applicant.

Time Commitment: The Fellowship Program carries a strict time commitment and attendance policy to ensure that all Fellows have the best opportunity to reach their full potential on the LSAT. If an applicant earns a Fellowship position, the schedule would be as follows:

Program Schedule: May 16, 2024 through August 6, 2024

*Exact dates are subject to change

May 16, 2024: 6:30 - 8pm Pipeline Fellowship Orientation (in-person) 

Tuesdays: 6-8pm Lectures from LSAT Instructor (online)

Wednesdays: 6-8pm Lectures from LSAT Instructor (online) 

Thursdays: 6-8pm LSAT Exercises/Drills (online or in-person)

Saturdays: 9:30am-12:30pm LSAT Practice Exam (online or in-person)

Format and Location: The program will run on a hybrid in-person and Zoom or equivalent online format. You will need a reliable internet connection and a computer or laptop with a camera and microphone so you can participate in the lectures and exercises Tuesday-Thursday. The Orientation and Saturday practice exams will take place in-person in Phoenix, AZ. Please contact us by email if you have any questions or concerns about computer or technology requirements.

Questions? Contact the committee at

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The mission of Los Abogados is to develop, empower, and support the Latino community through the advancement of the legal profession.