For questions about these sessions contact Salisbury University’s Prelaw Adviser Dr. Bobbi Adams 677-5426 or at
September 14 -- FH 111 3:00
The New Reality of the Practice of Law
Since few choose law school as
an academic exercise, most applicants are concerned in part
about practical matters.
What are your chances of getting a job?
Will that job be financially rewarding?
Will your J.D. be an asset?
This session will untangle myth from reality and evaluate
the true state of Law school education and employment.
If you are considering law school and have been told it
is not a good idea, or have been encouraged to go to law school
and think it might not be for you, come find out the what the
state of legal education and practice of law is.
There will be time for question and answer.
September 28 -- FH 111 3:00
Financing Options for Law
School (good news/bad news)
While students are often put
off by the price of law school, the “sticker price” of a law
school is often very deceptive.
This session will help students identify what the real
cost of a law school education will be and introduce different
programs that will help students repay debt and allow graduates
to attend law school for manageable cost.
Friday the 12th from 1-3 --
Political Science Conference Room (FH280)
Personal Statement Consultations
This session is for students
who are applying to law school and have a draft of their
These are one-on-one consultations with the prelaw adviser
designed to strengthen personal statement to increase an
applicants chance of law school admittance.
To schedule an appointment contact
Please schedule by October 8.
October 26 -- FH 111 3:00
Preparing For Law School and Scheduling Classes
during program planning period is designed to answer students
questions and aid them with scheduling their courses in a way
which would be beneficial for gaining admittance to law school.
This is NOT meant to replace
advising with your major adviser but to supplement it.
November 12 -- FH 114 4:30
Panel discussion with Director of Admissions from Regional Law
Admission’s officers from
regional law schools will discuss their programs and what they
look for in an application. They will be able to answer your
questions about the application process as well as their
individual law schools and programs. This is an excellent
opportunity to meet with admissions officers without leaving
November 30 -- FH 111 3:00
Constructing an Effective Application
This session will address how
to make your application most effective. It will address how to
avoid the mistakes that might make application readers put your
application aside or prematurely put it in the rejection pile.
This session will also look at what might make application
readers give your application a second look. Each area of the
application will be examined to ensure that simple mistakes are
avoided, and simple advantages maximized.