Visiting Law Schools

Visiting Law Schools

One of the best ways to decide whether pursuing legal education is the right move for you is to visit law schools. Even if you're not quite ready to apply, it's not too early to take a tour, sit in on a first-year class and get a feel for what law students do.

Of course, once you're ready to narrow down your top law school choices, the visit becomes even more important. 

All schools should give you the opportunity to talk to current law students. This will give you a chance to get their perspective on life at their law school, why they chose their school and answers to any other questions you might have. 


KU Law Visits

KU students don't have to travel far to find a visit opportunity. The University of Kansas School of Law sits right at the foot of Mount Oread in Green Hall, so a glimpse into the law school experience is a mere walk away.

Schedule a KU Law visit


Important Updates

PLEASE CHECK LSAC TO ENSURE YOUR LSAT IS NOT BEING HELD IN THE ONLINE METHOD INSTEAD OF IN PERSON.  Please see here and our events page for details.


Pre-Law Coffee Hour - Law School Application Advice: 

Starting September 4, pre-law coffee hour will be hosted, virtually, on Zoom every Tuesday and Friday, from 9am - 10am CST. Please see the Events tab for details. You are eligible to attend if you are a KU undergrad interested in attending any law school. Grab a beverage and your computer and join Bryanna in the morning with any questions!

Contact:

Bryanna Hanschu
KU Law Director of Recruiting
785-864-7331
bryanna.hanschu@ku.edu

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