James Caplan Law Office Launch New Campaign To Help Law Students
James Caplan Law Office announced on April 26, 2011 that they have launched a new campaign to help disadvantage students gain entrance into law school. The LEAP (Law Education Acceptance Program) was design to focus on inner city students who are perhaps interested in pursuing a Law Degree.
The goal of the program is to work with high school counselors in introducing interested students to the curriculum required to get accepted into law school. With many of the issues facing urban and inner city residents, there now exist the need for more legal professionals who can relate to the current social challenges and who are also willing to give back to the community.
The program will expose high school seniors to a curriculum loaded with political science and constitutional law classes.
"I had the privilege of studying pre law in my senior year of high school which allowed me to focus on my career path. Many students simply need the right push or exposure to the rewarding field of law. Once we are successful our hope is many of the selected studends will enter the legal profession."
The Bar Exam
James Caplan went on to say the key to passing the bar examinations is contained in one word: ARTICULATION. Articulation is expressive of the following basic fundamentals: good language, impressive presentation, logical reasoning and substantial background knowledge of law and procedure. The examinee has to have a fairly good command of English, assuming that he is prepared in all other matters, stands definitely with a much better chance of passing.
James Caplan P.A., is an established law firm that is based on the practice of real estate law. A portion of their practice is dedicated to the estimated 7 million people facing foreclosure. Their aim is to find alternatives that will save the client's home while also saving their credit.
If you would like to learn more about James Caplan Law Office LEAP Program please visit their website at http://www.jamescaplan.com