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Law, Policy, or Something Else?

Wednesday, October 17th, 5 pm - 7 pm

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If you’re interested in making a difference in the public sphere, should you go to law school, get a policy degree, or follow some other path entirely? This panel is designed to answer those questions, and give you some concrete tips for exploring further and pursuing these paths. Panelists include:

  • Satu Zoller, Director of Academic Programs for the UMass School of Public Policy
  • Rebecca Bell, Assistant Director of Career & Professional Development, College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
  • Diane Curtis, Director of Pre-Law Advising, UMass Amherst



Students from all colleges and schools are welcome—spread the word!

Expert Personal Statement Tips from Seton Hall Law School

Monday, October 22nd, 3:00 pm

420 Thompson

The personal statement is without question the most important part of the law school admission package (after your GPA and LSAT). Seton Hall Law School Director of Admissions Katya Valasek will be here to give you an insider’s view of the good, the bad, and the totally winning when it comes to applications essays. And of course, she’ll answer your questions about her own law school as well. All welcome, but current year applicants especially encouraged to attend.

New York Law School Forum

October 26th and 27th, 2018

New York Hilton Midtown
1335 Avenue of the Americas

Meet with representatives from pretty much every law school in the country, all in one convenient location. Register in advance here.

Should you go? What will you get out of it? All your questions answered here.

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Meet the Law - Fall 2018

POSTPONED to Tuesday, March 26th

CHC Events Hall

POSTPONED! Sorry to disappoint, but we’ve had to postpone this event until the Spring. Mark your calendars now for Tuesday, March 26th.

Join us for the best networking event on campus: speed networking with UMass alumni in law. This fun, low-stress format allows you to talk with lawyers—and non-lawyers working in law-related careers—from a range of backgrounds in a wide variety of practice areas and settings in a relatively short period of time. Refreshments are served.


Attorney list and registration link to come.

Boston Law School Forum

Monday, November 12th, 2018

Boston Marriott Copley Place
110 Huntington Avenue

Meet with representatives from pretty much every law school in the country, all in one convenient location. Register in advance here.

Should you go? What will you get out of it? All your questions answered here.

This side of New England: WNE, UConn and Quinnipiac Law Schools

Thursday, November 15, 2018 at Noon

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Admissions representatives from the law schools at Western New England University (Springfield, MA), UConn (W. Hartford, CT), and Quinnipiac (Hamden, CT) will be on hand to talk about the admissions process and what their law schools have to offer. As a reminder, here’s why meeting law school reps is important.

November LSAT

Saturday, November 17th, 8:30 AM

All over

November LSAT date—score release expected December 8th.

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