How is COVID-19 affecting the LSAC Law School Forums?
Last Updated August 6, 2020
As the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold, LSAC remains committed to supporting you along your legal education journey with your health and safety being of the utmost importance. LSAC’s annual Law School Forums are an important step in your journey because they give you the opportunity to connect face-to-face with representatives from over 100 law schools, ask experts your questions, and gather information about law school, the admission process, and the LSAT.
In light of the resurgence of COVID-19 in many areas of the country, LSAC has made the difficult decision to cancel the in-person 2020 Law School Forums with one exception. The New York Forum scheduled for October 23 and 24 is not yet officially canceled, but it is unlikely to take place.
Because we know that LSAC Law School Forums serve as invaluable opportunities for candidates to learn about law school and connect with law school representatives, we are shifting the 2020 forums to a convenient online format. By attending an LSAC Digital Law School Forum, you’ll be able to safely connect one-to-one with law school representatives from across the country and get important information and answers to any questions you may have.
The Digital Law School Forums will take place September 26, October 13, November 4, and December 12 from 3-7 p.m. ET. Virtual forums are for all programs managed by law schools: JD, LLM, master’s, and certificate programs.
We’re excited about this new digital format and hope you will plan to attend one or more of the LSAC Digital Law School Forums. If you have questions, please contact events@LSAC.org.
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