Thinking About Law School? Join us on Zoom!
So you’re thinking about law school? Join Professor Amii Castle from the KU School of Law and the KU School of Business on Wednesday, March 17 at 5:30pm CST on Zoom as she moderates this event for students interested in law school. A panel of professors and students from the University of Kansas School of Law will answer your questions!
When: Wednesday, March 17, at 5:30pm CST
Where: Zoom! Join us by Clicking Here - Password is 5555
(Meeting ID: 947 6008 2636)
Registration?: None required! Just show up!
Hope to see you there!
Pre-Law Coffee Hour: Law School Advice, Virtually!
Pre-law coffee hour will be hosted, virtually, on Zoom every Tuesday and Friday, from 9am - 10am CST. You are eligible to attend if you are a KU undergrad interested in attending any law school. Grab a beverage and your computer to join Bryanna in the morning with any questions!
To attend via Zoom:
Meeting ID: 953 4174 8241
Pre-Law Day 2020
The annual University of Kansas Pre-Law Day will not be held in Fall 2020; it has been postponed to Spring 2021 but not on a specific date at this time. More information will be available as the year progresses. Pre-Law Day is sponsored by Phi Alpha Delta, the Pre-Law Fraternity, and the Undergraduate Advising Center. Law schools from around the country attend Pre-Law Day and provide information to students about their programs.
For 2019, you can view the list of organizations that participated in the event.
For 2018, you can view the list of organizations that participated in the event.
Additional events will be announced as they are scheduled.
Contact Phi Alpha Delta, the Pre-Law Fraternity if you have questions about the organization or its activities: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact the Undergraduate Advising Center if you have questions about Pre-Law, as well as related programs and activities: email@example.com
Please consult LSAC for registration deadlines.
Upcoming Changes to the LSAT
In light of the COVID-19 public health emergency, LSAC is offering "LSAT-Flex" - an online, remotely proctored version of the LSAT - for the foreseeable future.
Registrants should be prepared to take the test with a laptop or desktop computer equipped with both a camera and microphone. The video and audio feed will be recorded and further reviewed by both human reviewers and artificial intelligence techniques.
The LSAT-Flex with be shorter with only three 35-minute scored sections, but it will be scored the same way. The three sections that will make up the LSAT Flex are one section each of Reading Comprehension, Analytical Reasoning, and Logical Reasoning. You must still take the LSAT writing on your own. Individuals already approved for accomodations will receive the same or equivalent accomodations for the LSAT-Flex.
If you have any more questions, please read LSAC's Top Ten Questions about the LSAT-Flex.