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Don't let the LSAT hold you back. 

Indigenous Students

Niswi Nishiimeyag (Three Sisters) 

Summer Tyance -  Indigenous artist, Supreme LSAT student

IG: berrytyance

The law has played a significant role in the on-going colonization of Indigenous peoples in Canada. This problem is exacerbated by the significant under-representation of Indigenous peoples in the legal profession. Increasing the number of Indigenous peoples in the legal profession is an important step towards reconciliation and in line with the Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. 

Supreme LSAT is committed to playing a role in supporting the careers of future Indigenous lawyers. I will be offering limited pro-bono tutoring to Indigenous students. This is a no-cost opportunity for prospective Indigenous law students to improve their LSAT scores and overall reasoning skills. 

Please note that there are limited spaces available for this opportunity, which are opened up on a rolling basis. If you are an Indigenous prospective law student, please reach out to see if a pro-bono space is available. 

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