Master Class: Intro to Law School with Distinguished Alum Richard Kent, Esq.

Wed, Nov 15 | 5:00 PM
7:00 PM

REGISTER by Thursday, September 14th at 11:59pm.

In this two-part Master Class on Law, Richard Kent, Esq., will guide you through fundamental aspects of law and case examples so that you understand how concepts translate to the real world. This introduction to law will help you assess whether law is an area you would like to further study or practice in and if you chose to venture on to law school it will give you a foundation to understand the law education you are about to embark upon.

Students can join Mr. Kent for an optional third session, a 1:1 opportunity to discuss which area of law might suit your interests as well as which schools might best prepare you for your desired career. 

Richard Kent is a Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude graduate of Rutgers College and a graduate of Boston College Law School. He was a matrimonial litigator for many years and now is a sports lawyer and professor, specializing in NIL. He has written 11 books on father’s rights, college basketball, and professional tennis.
Dates and Times: 

Session 1: Friday, September 22, 1-2:15pm, HC Seminar Room S120

Session 2: Friday, September 29, 1-2:15pm, HC Seminar Room S120


Optional Session 3: Wednesday, November 15, 1:1 meetings will be arranged with Mr. Kent following the second session group meeting. 


**All HC students who engage in this two-part Master Class will receive three points towards the Honors College Merit Pin for developing as professionals by engaging with your HC Community.



Registration information will be available in our weekly Monday Community Newsletter and Thursday Opportunity Newsletter.

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