Law School Caravan

Law Caravan is a one-day event that offers prospective law applicants the opportunity to meet in-person with law schools. The Office of Professional School Advising and Southwest Association of Pre-Law Advisors (SWAPLA) are excited to host the event in Aggieland this fall. Visit SWAPLA swing for the other university host locations/dates in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas.

What:   Swapla Law School Caravan
:   Wednesday, September 20th 
Where:  TBD
Time:    11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Who:     Current and former students from all classifications and majors at Texas A&M, RELLIS, and surrounding colleges and universities are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Dress:   Business casual to casual. 


LSAC’s Law School Forums offers prospective law students with a free convenient opportunity to learn about multiple law schools in one centralized setting. Candidates can connect in-person or 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. 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. 

Visit law schools to ask application specific questions at the digital forums on October 11th & November 14th.

The LSAC Digital Law School Forum will have several synchronous and asynchronous workshops and resource booths to address your inquiries. 
This would be a great time to get an overview of the admissions process
Events are free (you must register at least two days prior). Drop-in attendance is encouraged as law schools will be present during the entire duration of the Law School Forum, so attendees do not have to be present at the beginning.
It can be especially helpful to connect with admissions representatives since they are the experts on their law school and can answer your application-specific questions. 
All the ABA law schools will be present at digital forums so you can talk to all the law schools you are interested in because they’ll be in one convenient location.

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