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Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Law School Expo

Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2016
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Have you been considering what to do after undergrad? Did you know that every year UW-Madison sends over 300 students to many of the nation’s 200+ law schools, including Harvard, Yale, Columbia, NYU, Michigan, Berkeley, Minnesota, and Wisconsin? Reps from over 100 Law Schools from around the country are coming to campus to recruit YOU. Door prizes including Free LSAT courses, gift cards, and LSAT prep materials will be raffled. Attend and enter to win! Current UW Students bring your WiscID. All years encouraged to attend!
UW Law School Open House
8:30–11 a.m. Law School Building
Join us for special presentations on admissions, financial aid, career planning, clinicals, faculty research and current students’experiences. Continental breakfast will be served before the presentations and tours will be available in the afternoon.

Law School Fair
11 a.m.–3 p.m. Union South, Varsity Hall
The Law School Fair is open to all, including students, alumni, and the general public. Representatives from 100 law schools from around the country will be available to answer questions about their own law schools, the application process, and about life as a law student. For a list of participating law schools, visit

Financing Your Legal Education
12 p.m. -1 p.m. Union South, Traditions, 2nd floor
If you are considering law school, know that pursuing a legal education is a significant life decision. To help you get there, we have invited the Access Group, a nonprofit financial education provider, to help you understand the full costs associated with a law degree and how you can pay for it. (FEEL FREE TO BRING YOUR LUNCH)

Admissions 101: Behind the Scenes Featuring: Northwestern, UC-Irvine, George Washington, and the University of Minnesota Law School
3–4 p.m. Union South, Agriculture Room, 3rd floor
Immediately following the Law School Fair, a panel of three law school admissions representatives from the Univ. of Minnesota, Univ. of Michigan, and the Univ. of Chicago will discuss the process by which applications are reviewed and evaluated. Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, and Alumni are strongly encouraged to attend.

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