Thursday, April 14, 2011

Know someone interested in law school?

We are preparing for our summer program in Honolulu. Here's what you need to know.

The application
for our program is due by May 20, 2011. Applications submitted by mail must be postmarked by May 19, 2011. You can download an application by going to If this e-mail was forwarded to you, then be sure to go to and sign-up/subscribe to our e-mail list.

The application process also includes a mandatory diagnostic test. The diagnostic test is scheduled for 9:00 am on Saturday, May 21, 2011, at the William S. Richardson School of Law (2515 Dole Street).

Admitted applicants must attend an information session scheduled for Wednesday, June 8, 2011 at 5:30pm at the law school.

The classes will begin in late July. Specific dates are still being confirmed with the instructor. Generally however, classes are conducted on one fixed weeknight per week from 6pm-9pm. Normally the fixed weeknight has been either a Tuesday or Wednesday evening. We also conduct practice tests and discussions on Saturdays from 9am until 1pm. All classes are mandatory for admitted students.

If you have any questions, e-mail us at

Mahina Tuteur, Leila Kaaekuahiwi, Janelle Etelagi and Lezlie Kiaha enrolled in our program last summer. All four were admitted into the William S. Richardson School of Law for this fall. Here's what they had to say:

My experience with the Ka Huli Ao LSAT Prep class was just amazing. Not only did I improve my score by 10 points, but I also formed friendships with a few future classmates too. Liam and Derek are wonderful teachers and mentors; they really motivate you to keep studying! - Mahina Tuteur (admitted for Fall 2011)

As a recently admitted student to the William Richardson School of Law I attribute a lot of my success and knowledge of the application process to Ka Huli Ao's prep course. The course will give you a lot of insight into the application process as well as individualized help with personal statements, letters of reccomendation, etc. Ka Huli Ao prep course was an amazing opportunity and without it I would have had a much harder time getting into the William Richardson School of Law. - Leila Kaaekuahiwi (admitted for Fall 2011)

The Ka Huli Ao LSAT Prep Program really helped me keep things in perspective. You have an opportunity to study with a group of people that you can collaborate with; therefore, it provides a great support system. The program also provides real practice tests that will help you improve, and you'll have several opportunities to discuss and develop your law school application package (i.e., statements) in its entirety through the assistance and encouragement of its knowledgeable coordinators. - Janelle Etelagi (admitted for Fall 2011)

Ka Huli Ao's LSAT prep brought me closer to realizing a dream! The facilitators, panelists, and participants were (and continue to be) incredibly supportive, and their constant involvement in the application process was exceptional. I'm so grateful to have been a part of it all. - Lezlie Kiaha (admitted for Fall 2011 evening program)

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