‘Tis the season for LSAC Recruitment Forums and on-campus law school fairs. These are great opportunities for law schools to recruit applicants, but they can also be great opportunities for law school applicants to get a jump up on the competition. In Ann’s latest Above The Law article, she shares some tips for things you can do when interacting with law schools at recruiting events. You can read more here.
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Thanks for providing all the great info. Question related not directly to LSAC Forums but meeting with admissions folks when visiting law schools. I’m visiting some law schools while I’m on vacation and I’m taking Ann Ivey’s advice of meeting with someone in admissions to ask questions and show interest. As such, I made an appointment with the school I visited today to meet with an admissions counselor, and I’m not sure what happened, but I ended up meeting the dean of admissions instead of an admissions counselor. Should I change my strategy here, or should I just treat this as the same as if I met with a recruiter (e.g. thank him for his time and follow up when I apply)? Any advice would be appreciated.
It’s the same thing – you just get to meet with the decision maker. Of course you should thank him and follow up when you apply – absolutely!
I’m interested in applying where I am able too recieve the best for the experience and the expense ! Hopefully , areas of say , Arizona Law schools ! Are you able too assist in that are ? Your expertise would be appreciated !