20th Annual FPOC Law School Admissions Conference at UCLA School of Law

Presented by:
 
La Raza Law Students Association  
 
Native American Law Students Association
 
South Asian Law Students Association
 
Asian Pacific Islander Law Students Association
 
&
 

For People of Color, Inc.

When:  Saturday, February 29, 2020, from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Where:

UCLA School of Law
385 Charles E. Young Drive East
Los Angeles, California 90095

Event Description:

This event will provide attendees with a comprehensive overview of the law school application process.  Current law students and administrators will provide advice on how best to navigate the law school application process.  Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.

RSVP:  Registration is required.  This event is free and open to the public.  Since food will be provided and the amount ordered will be based on registration numbers, please make sure you can attend the conference before registering.

Click Here to Register

Personal Statement Review:

UCLA School of Law students will review your personal statement.  To have your personal statement reviewed by UCLA School of Law students, please send your documents to fpocpc20@gmail.com.  (You must attend the conference in order to receive feedback.)

Accommodations, Food preferences or Questions:

Please email fpocpc20@gmail.com if you need to request any accommodations and/or if you have any food preferences (e.g., vegetarian, vegan, Kosher, or Halal).

20th Annual FPOC Law School Admissions Conference at UC Berkeley Law School

Berkeley-School-of-Law

Presented by:

UC Berkeley Law School’s Coalition for Diversity

&

For People of Color, Inc.

When:  Saturday, February 1, 2020 from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Where:

UC Berkeley School of Law
225 Bancroft Way
Berkeley, California 94720

Event Description:

This event will provide attendees with a comprehensive overview of the law school application process.  Current law students and administrators will provide advice on how best to navigate the law school application process.  Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.

RSVP:  Registration is required.  (This event is free and open to the public.)  Since food will be provided and the amount ordered will be based on registration numbers, please make sure you can attend the conference before registering.

Click Here to Register

Personal Statement Review: 

UC Berkeley School of Law students will be available to review your personal statement and resume.  (You must attend the conference in order to receive feedback.)  Please send the documents to coalitionfordiversity@gmail.com.

Additionally, please email coalitionfordiversity@gmail.com if you need to request any accommodations and/or if you have any food preferences (e.g., vegetarian, vegan, Kosher, or Halal).

For People of Color, Inc. Celebrates Its 20th Year Anniversary In 2020

For People of Color, Inc. (“FPOC”) celebrates its 20th Year Anniversary in 2020.  In 2000, I founded FPOC during my first year in law school to assist first-generation students and students of color successfully navigate the law school application process.  After graduating from law school and commencing my legal career, a group of my closest friends and colleagues and I formally incorporated the organization into a 501(c)(3) corporation.

During the past 20 years, FPOC assisted thousands of students with their law school applications.  Every year, we hold law school admissions workshops at all of California’s public law schools.  During the past 10 years, we also held law school admissions conferences at Columbia Law School in New York City.  We do not charge any fees for our services and everyone is welcome to attend our events, view our online videos, and download our materials.

The conferences are organized by current law students who previously attended FPOC’s events and credit FPOC, at least in part, with their gaining admission to some of the country’s best law schools.

I am incredibly proud of FPOC and I am committed to continuing our efforts to ensure that the legal profession genuinely reflects our society’s diversity.  At the risk of stating the obvious, these are incredibly challenging times.  But, I find solace and inspiration in the thousands of students I meet ever year who are committed to uplifting their families, communities, and themselves.  Their tenacity, perseverance, and courage are humbling and it is an honor to serve them in this capacity.

We need your help to continue our legacy into the next 20 years.  Please consider investing in FPOC by making a year-end donation either online or by sending a check made payable to “For People of Color, Inc.” to 10880 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1101, Los Angeles, California 90024.

Thank you for your support.

Anthony Solana, Jr.
Founder
For People of Color, Inc.
10920 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1101
Los Angeles, California
anthonysolana@forpeopleofcolor.org
www.forpeopleofcolor.org