UT Law School Recruitment Fair Counsels Future Applicants

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Law school recruitment fair offers advice for potential students
By Valen Emmert

Making decisions about higher education can sometimes be a difficult task. UT’s College of Law held a law school recruitment fair to make the decision easier. The overall goal of the day was to get prospective law students from UT and area schools to see the opportunities available to them.

For the event, which was attended by approximately 60 to 80 people, admissions officers from Georgia State, South Carolina, Mercer and Vanderbilt law schools traveled to be a part of a panel.

The panel discussed preparing for law school as an undergraduate, the law school admission process and legal employment with the current economic state. The panelists also held a question and answer session, followed by a meet and greet time where students could talk with them about their law school options.

During the Q&A, the panel discussed a wide range of topics. Students were interested in everything from letters of recommendation to the LSAT exam to differences between private and public law schools. Looking ahead, the students also asked about forming stand-out applications and effective personal statements.

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