Law School Caravan

Law Caravan offers prospective law applicants the opportunity to meet in-person with law schools in the Texas A&M Memorial Student Center. Professional School Advising and Southwest Association of Pre-Law Advisors (SWAPLA) hope to bring the event back to Aggieland this fall. Information about fall events will be posted here as they are available.

 

LSAC’s Digital Law School Forums offers prospective law students with a convenient opportunity to learn about multiple law schools in one centralized setting. Candidates can connect virtually with law school admission professionals from 100+ law schools. The Forum provides students with a great opportunity to ask questions to admissions reps about financial aid, inquire about programs unique to each law school, learn about the LSAT directly from LSAC’s test developers, and more. In this virtual space, applicants and prospective law students will be able to speak one-on-one with law school admissions representatives and deans.  These forums are open to anyone who is interested in attending an ABA accredited law school in the US and/or Canada. 

Southwest Association of Pre-Law Advisors (SWAPLA) Webinars

  • Demystifying the Law School Admissions Process with Texas Tech School of Law, Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, Baylor Law, The University of Texas School of Law, Texas A&M University School of Law, and Tulane Law School. View 

  • Maximizing the Softs for Law School Admission– Focusing on Resume, LORs, and Personal Statement with The University of Tulsa College of Law, UNT Dallas College of Law, University of Houston Law Center, SMU Dedman School of Law, Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law, and UA Little Rock Bowen School of Law. View

  • Applying to Out-of-State Law Schools with Boston College, Fordham, Iowa, UC-Irvine, Oklahoma, and Washburn Law Schools. View

Law in the Lone Star State - Designed for aspiring law students as well as students who have submitted their application to law school this admission cycle, Admissions Deans from several of the law schools in Texas, will answer questions about what they look for in prospective law school candidates. Hear straight from the decision-makers as to what distinguishes candidates (good and bad), how to avoid the waitlist, what they are looking for when reading a personal statement, and more. 
 
Whether you are considering law school in the future or recently applied to law school this year, don't miss this opportunity to engage directly with Admissions Deans from several Texas law schools, including Baylor Law, SMU Law, South Texas College of Law, St. Mary's Law, Texas A&M Law, Texas Law, Texas Tech Law, TSU Marshall Law, and Univ. of Houston Law Center. View

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