Chase student Chanelle Jones knows firsthand how to utilize undergraduate experiences at a historically black college or university in law school. She shared it recently as a panelist at the National HBCU Pre-Law Summit & Expo at Greensboro, N.C. On one hand, she says, the undergraduate and law school experiences can be real contrasts – more familial compared to more competitive. On the other, the skills and challenges from a historically black college like hers at North Carolina A&T can be great preparation. “Self-care and building relationships are essential to ones success in law school, as well as life,” she says. What else she said on the panel: How important the LSAT is and how to take it.