Indiana University and Purdue University are set to host law school fairs later this month. The events are part of a series of fairs throughout the Midwest involving more than 100 law schools. IU's law school fair is set for Monday, September 15. Purdue's is Tuesday, September 16.
September 2, 2014
West Lafayette, Ind. — More than 100 law schools from throughout the United States will participate in a Purdue University law school fair.
The event, sponsored by the Center for Pre-Professional Advising, is free and open to students and community members interested in attending law school.
The fair will be from 1-5 p.m. Sept. 16 in the France A. C?rdova Recreational Sports Center. No pre-registration is needed.
The Purdue law school fair is part of a caravan sponsored by the Midwest Association of Pre-Law Advisors. Each fall, MAPLA brings law school admission representatives to four Midwestern university campuses. In addition to Purdue, the caravan will visit Indiana University, the University of Illinois and the University of Wisconsin.
Those attending the fair will be able to meet directly with law school admissions representatives who make decisions about entry into their programs.
The law schools represented are accredited by the American Bar Association.
More information on the career fair, including a list of participating law schools, is available by going to http://www.purdue.edu/preprofessional/events/index.html and scrolling down to events.
The Center for Pre-Professional Advising helps students pursue their goals of working in a professional field – choosing the right career, determining what credentials are needed for that field, and assisting with the application process.
Source: Purdue University