COVID-19 Update: While we are keeping a close watch on the progress our nation has made in combating COVID-19 and are monitoring reopenings, we believe that large indoor gatherings still don’t seem safe or responsible — and aren’t yet permitted in most places.
Under these circumstances, and not knowing what the future holds regarding COVID-19, we have made the decision to cancel the Washington, D.C., forum that had been planned for July 18, 2020.
Looking ahead, registration for the rest of the forum season will open on Friday, July 10. While we will closely monitor the COVID-19 situation and related health guidance, at this point we unfortunately think the chances are slim for having in-person forums this year.
Because we know that LSAC Law School Forums are an important opportunity for candidates to learn about law school and connect with law school representatives, we are planning three online digital forums so that everyone has a chance to safely attend and connect. They will be on September 26, October 13, and November 4.
For more information about how COVID-19 will affect the Law School Forums, please visit COVID-19 Law School Forum Updates.
Thinking about law school?
Attend an LSAC Law School Forum for a free opportunity to meet with representatives from 100+ law schools in a city near you. Learn about the application process and financial aid, and attend exclusive workshops run by law school admissions experts. (View a sample workshop schedule.)
These open-house-style recruitment events make it easy for you to research law schools on a more personal level.
LSAC Law School Forums and all forum workshops are free to attend!
Digital Law School Forums
Learn about law school and connect with law school representatives online. Virtual forums are for all programs managed by law schools: JD, LLM, master’s, and certificate programs.
We’ll post more about the new digital forums as information becomes available.