W&L Law in Atlanta

Another week, another LSAC Forum. It’s just that time of year.

Today and tomorrow (October 23 and 24) mark the occasion of the annual Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) Forum in Atlanta, Georgia. This year’s Forum will be held at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta located at 265 Peachtree Street, NE in downtown Atlanta. We are Table #604, and W&L Law’s Assistant Director of Admissions, Brett Twitty, will be in attendance. If you will be in the Atlanta area this Friday or Saturday, we sincerely hope you will take time out of your day to stop by our table, pick up some admissions literature and ask any questions you might have about W&L Law, life in Lexington, Virginia or law school generally.

If you are thinking about law school, Law School Forums are an excellent resource for you. Most people spend anywhere from several hours up to an entire day at a Forum. If you plan ahead, you will get the most out of your forum experience. This allows time to attend live workshops as well as time to talk with law school representatives. Prelaw advisors and LSAC Candidate Services representatives are also available to answer your questions on site. Admission to all Law School Forums is free. By preregistering, you can save time at the forum, and receive reminders and updates about the forums, including other great things to do in the cities where forums are being held.

The LSAC Atlanta Forum schedule is as follows:

Friday – October 23 – Noon – 5:00 p.m.

Saturday – October 24 – 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

To register for the Atlanta Forum, click here. We hope to see you on the road!

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