Law School Admission During COVID-19: Prelaw Student Professionalism
As you prepare for your law school enrollment journey, it is important to know not just how to navigate the application process, but how to conduct yourself professionally.
As you prepare for your law school enrollment journey, it is important to know not just how to navigate the application process, but how to conduct yourself professionally as you interact with admission representatives and other members of your prospective law school community. How should you respond to scenarios such as being waitlisted or drafting a scholarship appeal? Are there different expectations for in-person versus virtual conversations?
During this special webinar for aspiring law students, we focused on expectations and tips for applicants with regards to communicating professionally throughout the admissions process. Our panel of admission deans discussed topics such as:
- Navigating waitlists
- Scholarship offers and appeals
- Virtual and in-person discussions with admission professionals and others
- And more...
Associate Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, Cornell Law School
Assistant Dean for Admissions, Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law
Rebecca L. Scheller
Associate Dean for Admissions and Financial Aid, University of Wisconsin Law School
This webinar was hosted by Gisele Joachim, director of LSAC ambassadors and education program development.