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Frequently Asked Questions

If you have a question that is not answered below, just call Saper Law at: 312.527.4100 or email: ds@saperlaw.com

When does the program begin?

The 2019 sessions will be held June 24-28 and August 12-16. The two sessions will cover the same material.

Both high school and college students are eligible to apply.

What are the tuition and fees?

The cost is $500.  Materials are included in this fee.  Need based scholarships are available.  If you are seeking a need based scholarship, please state so in your application.

Where does the program take place?

The program takes place at the Saper Law Offices, at 505 N. LaSalle, Chicago Illinois. Located in River North, the office is within a mile of both the Federal and Circuit Court Houses and walking distance from a wide variety of restaurants and shops.

 

 

 

What is the best way to get there?

Saper Law is located within walking distance of the Merchandise Mart brown line stop or the Grand red line stop, as well as several bus routes. It is also about a 15-20 minute walk from the Ogilvie Metra station.  Parking is available at nearby lots but can be expensive.

 

Who will be teaching the program?

Daliah Saper is the Principal Attorney at Saper Law and is the director of the program.  She will teach the course with the assistance of other Saper Law attorneys.  In addition, guest speakers from start-ups, non-profits, and other law firms will also present to the class.

 

How many applicants are you accepting? 

There will be no more than 10 people per class. The program requires focused attention by practicing attorneys, so the class sizes need to be small. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, so applicants are encouraged to apply early to improve chances of admission.

 

Is there a dress code? 

Casual dress unless we are taking a field trip to court or another firm.

 

What is a typical day? 

The day begins at 10 am with an overview of the tasks for that day and an overview lesson about a specific area of law. Students will then participate in writing and negotiation exercises, mock court proceedings, tours of other law firms, and field trips to the state and federal courthouse.  The day ends at 4 pm. 

 

Where can I sign up?

You can apply by submitting your application on this website.  Payment is due upon acceptance into the program.

 

What if I have to cancel my application?

You may cancel your application and receive a full refund if you notify us by June 1. After that, there will be no refunds for cancellations.