Events and Information Sessions

Pre-Law Advising offers introductory information sessions, each limited to a small group of students to provide an atmosphere conducive to conversation and questions. Freshman and Sophomore students must attend a Pre-Law Info Session before scheduling an individual appointment with the Pre-Law Advisor.

For the Spring 2019 semester, information sessions are offered on:

  • Tuesday, February 19 - 2:00 PM
  • Monday, March 4 - 2:00 PM
  • Friday, March 22 - 11:00 AM
  • Thursday, April 11 - 2:00 PM

All information sessions will take place in Room 411 of Phillips Hall.

Register for a Pre-Law Information Session

 


Upcoming Events

Successful Strategies to Find and Maximize Internships (Career Services)

Tuesday, February 19 at 6:00 PM

Marvin Center, Room 309

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Learn effective strategies for landing an internship, building knowledge and skills during the internship, and leveraging experience for future internships and jobs after graduation. This interactive program features a panel session of GW seniors and alumni who have completed internships in a variety of disciplines who will share their personal experiences and provide tips and advice.


Current Law School Students Panel Discussion

Thursday, February 28 at 7:00 PM

Multicultural Student Services Center, Room 209

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Learn more about law school at a panel discussion with current law students. Get valuable advice, helpful tips, and answers to your questions about law school!


Personal Statement Workshop

Wednesday, March 6 at 5:30 PM

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Plan on applying to law school in the next year or two? Come learn how to write a compelling law school personal statement. This session will be helpful for all those applying to law school over the coming year, regardless of whether you have started your personal statement or not. 

Topics to be covered include how the personal statement fits into your overall application, how to identify strong themes, how to structure your essay, and common mistakes to avoid. 

Those who have begun their personal statements are encouraged to bring a draft. Those who have not yet started their personal statements are encouraged to review the essay prompts from their target schools in order to discuss themes.