PreLaw Advisor Conference
August 6, 2021 | 11:00 AM EST
Law schools have seen a surge in applications, making it increasingly more challenging to get into law school. Find out if this will continue and what it means for pre-law students.
This one-day summit for pre-law advisors is hosted by preLaw Magazine and features the leading voices in legal education.
Serious pre-law students look to law school as a pathway to change, and they need your help selecting the best school, getting in, and preparing for their desired career.
This one-day virtual summit will bring you up-to-speed on the latest developments in law school admissions and curricular changes. Plus, you will have the opportunity to ask the questions that matter the most to you.
When students come back in the fall, you will be ready to answer their questions.
Friday, August 6
Rankings, Data & Fit: How to choose a law school
• Do rankings matter? When they are useful and when they are not
• What data should pre-law students consider when evaluating law schools
• More important than rankings” Other factors to consider
Moderator: Dean Darby Dickerson, Southwestern Law School
Best Value Law Schools
• What makes a law school a good value
• How to weigh whether to choose value over prestige
• Understanding the true costs of legal education
Moderator: Dean Peter “Bo” Rutledge, University of Georgia
Practical Training: When it matters
• Why some schools excel at practical training and why that matters
• What kinds of students should care about practical skills and opportunities
• Understanding clinics, field placements, simulation courses, etc.
Moderator: Dean Theresa M. Beiner, UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law
How Admissions Have Changed
• Will the next cycle be as competitive as this past one?
• How the application process has changed over the last two years
• Current trends with the LSAT
Moderator: Anne Levine, Law School Expert
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