If you’re thinking about applying to law school next year, or are trying to decide between the law schools that have accepted you, a great place to learn more about almost every ABA-approved U.S. law school is an LSAC Law Forum. Forums are held in various large cities around the country throughout the year. In 2010 they’ll be held in Houston, Los Angeles and the Bay Area, Washington DC, Miami, New York, Boston, Chicago and Atlanta, and have booths staffed by representatives and/or admissions staffers from each school. A truly invaluable resource if you’re considering law school or want to learn more about a particular school.
To the best of my knowledge, there is no “limit” on registration for these forums, but this is a policy that can always change, so it’s best to enroll early and get your spot. Best of all, registration is FREE, which is a huge boon in my book. And when you register, you not only get access to the school reps, but also to all of the discussions and workshops held that day by LSAC representatives.
If you want to learn more about the Forums and see a few neat resources LSAC has available for forum-goers, click here. If you want to register for any of the forums, just look to the right of page, find the forum you’re insterested in, and click the “Register” button. It’s very comprehensive and easy.
I’ll be at the Houston forum. Hopefully I’ll see some of you there!