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Below are some important dates coming up on the Pre-Law calendar. No need for students or alumni to register/RSVP (unless indicated)!  Events are open to alumni and non-KU students (unless indicated)!

Informational Presentations


 

March:

03/02- Thursday: Get Smarter LSAT Prep Presentation (6:00pm) - The Spare Room, Kansas Union

03/08- Wednesday: Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Chapter Meeting (6:30pm) - Green Hall 107

 

03/10- Indian Gaming in the 21st Century (9am to 4pm) - Green Hall, Room 104. For more information, visit: http://law.ku.edu/tribal#conference​ 

 

03/29- UMKC Law and presentation on Personal Statements (6:00pm) - Governor’s Room, Kansas Union

 

April:

04/05- Wednesday: Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Chapter Meeting and Elections (6:30pm) - Green Hall 107

04/15- Saturday: TestMasters Mock LSAT (9:30am) - Centennial Room, Kansas Union (will include overview of the test, strategies for some of the hardest questions and detailed electronic score report)

 

04/27- Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Chapter new member initiation and reception (6:45pm) - Jayhawk Room, Kansas Union

Contact Phi Alpha Delta, the Pre-Law Fraternity if you have questions about the organization or its activities: kupadprelaw@gmail.com  

Contact the Pre-Law Advisor, if you have questions about Pre-Law, as well as related programs and activities: m.stevens@ku.edu

 

The below events will be held in cooperation with local law schools:

The Discover Law Day program will be held at Washburn Law on Monday, March 6, from 3:00 – 6:30pm

Do you have questions about the profession and the study of law in general?  This program is for students who are planning on going to law school, students debating law school, and students who have never thought about law school but are currently weighing career options.

Students can RSVP for the program at http://washburnlaw.edu/diversity/.  

If you have questions about the above events, please contact, Preston Nicholson, the Director of Admissions at Washburn Law

 

 

21st Annual Tribal Law & Government Conference: Indian Gaming in the 21st Century

Friday, March 10 from 9 am to 4 pm, Room 104 in Green Hall/KU Law School

If you have questions about the above events, contact Steve Freedman, the Assistant Dean of Admissions at KU Law, or Michelle LeFlore, the Assistant Director of Admissions at KU Law.

 

Mock LSAT


Saturday, April 15th in the Kansas Union

Contact Phi Alpha Delta, the Pre-Law Fraternity: kupadprelaw@gmail.com if you have questions or would like to participate.

 

PRE-LAW PATHWAYS PANEL AND MIXER


The event for spring of 2017 has been canceled, but we will have two events in the 2017-18 academic year.  In the fall of 2017, we will have our event at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and at Washburn in the spring of 2018.  Transportation will be provided.

Email the Pre-Law Advisor (M.Stevens@ku.edu) if you have questions or would like to participate.

RSVP Required for this Event as Food will be Provided. 

 

For LSAT DatesVisit LSAC


Please consult LSAC for registration deadlines. The regular registration deadline is normally a month before the test.

 


 

To all those who participated in KU Pre-Law Day 2016, thank you so much for helping to make this event a success!

 

Pre-Law Day 2017 will move back to Wednesday in 2017, specifically September 6, 2017!

For 2016, you can view the list of organizations that participated in the event.

For 2015, you can view the list of organizations that participated in the event.

For 2014, you can view the list of organizations that participated in the event. 

 

                                                                                                                                                            


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