Admissions Panel: Thursday, December 10th at 1:30pm EST
Join admissions deans from UofSC School of Law, UNC School of Law, and William & Mary Law School for a virtual prospective student event. This conversation will center around the dynamics of the winter and spring, communicating effectively with law schools, and managing your enrollment decision.
Admissions Moves into Phase Two of Virtual Recruitment Year
Building on the success of the Dive In! to Law School virtual events held this summer and fall, prelaw advisors and prospective law students are invited to a conversation with admissions deans from the University of North Carolina School of Law, the University of South Carolina School of Law, and William & Mary Law School to discuss the contours of the second phase of the admission process.
In a series of workshops called Follow Through! to Law School, panelists will help webinar participants narrow their focus to those law schools which offer the best match for their life and learning priorities, communicate effectively with varied audiences at law schools on sensitive topics such as admission and scholarship status, and make the right enrollment commitment decision given the critical implications for the law school and the admitted candidate.
“Prospective law students are evaluating their offers of admission and the importance of making an informed enrollment decision takes center stage as 2020 ends. As the new year begins, it seems unlikely that law schools can host traditional format admitted student group events because of issues related to space, safety, and social distancing,” says Karen Britton, Assistant Dean for Admission at South Carolina Law.
“Law schools will continue to innovate as they connect with admitted candidates, some of whom will make an enrollment decision without the benefit of personal visits to their cities and campuses. Our three three public law schools want to continue to offer advice and information to students as they navigate this important phase of the admission process. Since our three schools attract candidates from East Coast states, sharing our insights in a combined event with a national scope allows prospects to engage with all three schools in one session.”
There is no cost to participate and the workshops can be viewed on a computer with internet access or by cell phone. Prospective students interested in attending the January 28th event can register via this link, and can register for the February 25th event via this link.
Have questions about the event? You can email the schools individually via the addresses below, or you can reach out to email@example.com with your general event questions.