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Spring 2013 Session 

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Finally, a high quality LSAT Prep Course at a more affordable price!

Gain the upper hand on the LSAT…without spending a fortune.

  Cost: $499* for current Stockton students and Stockton alumni (Coupon Code = STUDENT30); $625* all others.  (Includes course materials)

*A $300 deposit, due at time of registration, will reserve your copy of the Pre-test.  The remainder of the registration fee is due on Wednesday, February 6, 2013.

Course participants must take an online Pre-test. 

Pre-test information to be shared once you have registered.




Online Pre-test February 4 through February 9                    
LSAT Sessions Tuesdays and Thursdays Time Room
February 12, 14, 19, 21, 26, 28 6pm to 8pm B-001
 March 5, 7, 19, 21, 26, 28  6pm to 8pm B-001
 April 2, 4, 9  6pm to 8pm B-001

Course participants must take a Post-test.
Date:  Saturday, April 13, 2013     Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location:  F-207


Nestor Smith has been a practicing attorney since 2002. A graduate of Quinnipaic College School of Law, Mr. Smith is civil litigator who concentrates his practice in Corporate and Business law as well as Creditors’ Rights and collections.

Mr. Smith has been an adjunct professor with The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey since 2009. At Stockton, Mr. Smith teaches Sciences Speech, Argument & Persuasion as well as Law and Social Control within the School of Social & Behavioral Sciences. Mr. Smith’s institutional evaluations are routinely exceptional and his teaching methodologies have received favorable reviews within national blogs.

Over the years, Mr. Smith has informally provided LSAT support to numerous students and assisted them , successfully, in their LSAT preparation. He is well versed in the preparation and readiness necessary for the LSAT. Mr. Smith welcomes the opportunity to continue his service to the College by assisting students and their goal of entering law school.


To register for this prep course, click on the button below.

When making your $300 deposit please select "pay by check" to complete the registration process.  If you intend to pay by credit card please contact us at the number below so the proper information for payment can be sent to you.

For assistance with registration, contact the office of Continuing Studies at 609.652.4227