The annual Law School Faiimg_6455r, held each January, attracts recruiters from law schools across the country, providing students the opportunity to be introduced to a variety of institutions at one time, without requiring extensive travel and planning.

The Law School Fair is an excellent venue to make connections with the schools you are planning to apply and to ideally make a meaningful impression with admissions representatives at those institutions.

Law School Fair Student Info

When: 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Thursday, January 26, 2017

Where: Ferguson Center Ballroom

Dress: Business Casual/Professional

Check to see which law schools are currently registered for the 2017 fair!

Pre-Law Week Events

PLSA Meeting featuring Young Attorneys Panel

Location: Ten Hoor 30

Tuesday, January 24th 7-8 p.m.

A panel of young legal professionals in the Tuscaloosa area will discuss their career paths, experiences in law school, and answer questions. This is an opportunity to gain valuable perspective and insight from attorneys who have recently completed their legal education and made the transition to gainful employment.

Mock Admissions Panel

Location: 227 Lloyd Hall

Wednesday, January 25th 6-8 p.m.

A panel of law admissions professionals including Associate Dean for Admissions at Richmond School of Law Michelle Rahman and Associate Dean of Admissions at Widener University Commonwealth Law School John Benfield will dissect real law school applications highlighting positive and negative aspects while breaking down the candidacy of applicants based on various criteria. A must-see presentation for anyone seriously considering applying to law school.

Financing Law School Presentation with Access Group

Location: Ten Hoor 30

Thursday, January 26th 7-8 p.m.

Kim Siwarski of Access Group will give a presentation on financing your legal education. Topics covered will include: How much will your education cost? How do you get financial aid? How do you get financially fit? Another essential presentation for anyone planning to attend law school.

 


Law School Representative Info

If you are representing a law school here’s the registration form. (PDF) Alternatively, you can use a credit card for payment online to register.