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Explore Law 2020 - May 18 - 22, 2020
Are you thinking about going to law school? Are you choosing between law and another graduate program? Do you need more information about law school admission, the LSAT, law school classes or legal career paths? Would you like to network with a group of your peers who are also interested in studying law?
Join us for Explore Law, a tuition-free, residency program held at Penn State Law in University Park, Pa., available to any undergraduate student--regardless of location, major, or residence--who is interested in learning more about law school. Explore Law will give you the opportunity to learn about multiple fields of law and myriad law careers from law professors, judges, and practicing attorneys. The program will help prepare you with detailed information on the admissions process, how to write an excellent personal statement on your law school application, and how to finance your degree. Explore Law is designed exclusively to mentor and build relationships with all students who may be interested in studying law.
The tuition-free program includes housing and is open to all undergraduate students regardless of major, but priority may be given to students from underrepresented groups. See below for application information.
2019 Group Photo Professor Rachel Herder lectures about the intellectual property clinic at Penn State Law.
2019 Group Photo
Professor Rachel Herder lectures about the intellectual property clinic at Penn State Law.
2020 Explore Law Application - Deadline to apply is March 23, 2020
The following materials must be submitted to be considered for admission:
- online application
- unofficial undergraduate transcript(s)
- personal statement
- all applicants must be 18 years or older at the start of the program
For more information, contact ExploreLaw@psu.edu.