Midwest Association of Pre-Law Advisors
Law School Caravan Information for Students 2013


Attend the Law School Caravan when it is in your area October 21-24, 2013!
Freshman through Alumni are welcome!

No advance registration—all are free and open to the public.

A Law School Caravan, or law school fair, puts the student and school together.  It presents a truly unique opportunity for you to make that personal connection and speak one-on-one with representatives from many different law schools (who can often influence admission decisions at their schools).  It is a rare opportunity that most college students around the nation simply do not have—attending can give you a head-start and an edge on the competition. 

Drop by and pick up material, forms, information, and souvenirs. 

These officials have travelled from around the country to meet YOU!  They are eager to tell you about their programs.  Let them talk to you about the profiles of their admitted students, why you should be interested in their school, their placement record, financial aid, what they are looking for in a personal statement -- or anything else on your mind!

Expand your horizons!  Consider speaking to a representative or two from a school that you have not heard of (yet).  There are many hidden treasures among the nation’s schools.  Get to know a few!

Don’t know what to ask?  Consider these Questions to Ask Law Schools – or just walk around and listen to conversations. Click here for additional tips on making the law school fair a success.

 All events take place between 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM local time and may vary by site. 
For location and contact information, click on the links below.

Monday, October 21: Indiana University, Bloomington (Bloomington, IN)-- 11 am to 3 pm

Tuesday, October 22: University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign (Champaign, IL)--10 am to 2 pm

Wednesday, October 23: St. Louis University (St. Louis, MO)--11 am to 2 pm
Thursday, October 24: University of Wisconsin, Madison (Madison, WI)--11 am to 3 pm

Freshmen and sophomores will benefit from attending, but if you are a current applicant or a junior, you should consider attendance mandatory!  Casual attire is fine.

Those who participate learn first-hand that law schools are truly interested in more than just a GPA and LSAT score.  We think you’ll leave the Fair encouraged and optimistic!

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