When you register for an in-person forum, you’ll be asked to choose from one of four time slot options. You’ll be able to visit with law school representatives during the time frame you select. These varied entry times will provide for a smooth and safe experience for attendees as we strive to comply with social distancing protocols in the forum’s physical space.
You may arrive at the forum venue 90 minutes prior to the start of your time slot, but you may not visit with law schools until your assigned entry time. An educational workshop will be available one hour prior to each entry start time. Your opportunity to visit with law schools will conclude at the end of your time slot. Before you leave the event, be sure to check out the Resource Center, which you’re welcome to visit for up to an hour after your time slot ends.
If you’d like to bring a guest, please choose the final time slot of the day.
Please note: With your health and safety being of the utmost importance, the LSAC Law School Forums have been designed with COVID-19 safety protocols in mind. All in-person forum participants will be required to provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or show a negative COVID test taken within 72 hours of entering the event. Additionally, everyone attending an in-person forum must wear, for the entirety of their time inside the venue, a face mask that covers the nose and mouth. For more information, please review the COVID-19 Safety Measure for In-Person Forums.
Entry Time Schedule
Your forum-day event schedule will differ depending on the time slot you choose during registration. More details are available below.
9 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. Time Slot
11 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Time Slot
2 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. Time Slot
4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Time Slot
LLM, master’s, and certificate program candidates welcome
Please note: The 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. time slot is not available during the New York Saturday forum, which ends at 4 p.m.
Law School Admission Essentials
One hour prior to your entry time slot, we encourage you to attend this in-person workshop which will provide an overview of the essential information needed to begin your law school admission journey. During this one-hour presentation, you’ll hear about the application process, diversity information, law school financial aid, and how best to navigate the forum.
Additional educational opportunities and resources are available for in-person forum attendees through the digital forum platform. These include on-demand workshops covering topics such as Financing a Legal Education in the U.S., the LSAT, and more. You can also access downloadable resources provided by law schools and LSAC.
Starting on your forum date, you’ll be able to access these workshops and resources through the “On-Demand Workshops and Resources” link, available on the Forums page of your LSAC online account. These resources will be available at any time throughout the rest of the 2021-22 LSAC Law School Forum season.
At the LSAC Law School Forums, you’ll have the unique opportunity to connect directly with representatives from more than 100 law schools. The connections you make at the forum can help you determine which school is the best fit for you. For tips about what questions to ask when speaking with law school representatives, please review LSAC’s Suggested Questions for Law Fair Attendees.
Participating Law Schools
A list of the law schools participating at each LSAC Law School Forum will be available soon.
After your time slot, make sure to visit the Resource Center, where you can get your questions answered and speak with experts on the following topics:
In the Resource Center, you can get your questions answered and speak with experts on the following topics:
Diversity Resources — Representatives from LSAC’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion team will be available to answer your questions.
Financial Aid/Financing a Legal Education — Financial aid experts can answer your questions and provide advice on your unique situation.
LSAC Information — Learn more about the services that LSAC offers to help you succeed at every step in your law school journey. Get insights about the admission process.
LSAC LawHub® & LSAT Information — Speak with an actual LSAT test developer and get answers to your questions about testing accommodations and more. Learn about LawHub, LSAC’s educational platform offering test prep and other services to assist you along your legal education journey from prelaw to practice.
Prelaw Advisement — Prelaw advisors will be available to answer your questions about how you can start preparing for law school during your undergraduate years.
2021-22 In-Person Forum Dates
Saturday, September 25 – Chicago
Register by Sept. 23
Friday, October 8 – San Francisco
Register by Oct. 6
Friday, October 22 – Atlanta
Register by Oct. 20
Friday, November 5 – New York
Register by Nov. 3
Saturday, November 6 – New York
Register by Nov. 4
Saturday, November 13 – Los Angeles
Register by Nov. 11
Please note: An LSAC account is required for forum registration.