Register Now for Free Law School Application Workshop on Wednesday 9-21 from 4:20pm-5:20p

As previously announced, GSU College of Law will be hosting a free law school application workshop — focused primarily on personal statements — on Wednesday 9-21. Based on preliminary responses, the time has been set for 4:20pm-5:20pm. Since many of you have class right before or right after, feel free to arrive a little late and/or […]

Registration Deadline Approaching for PLEN’s 2016 Women, Law, and Legal Advocacy Seminar (October 20-22)

PLEN (Public Leadership Education Network) welcomes all college women interested in career opportunities in law and the legal sector, from issue-based advocacy to government service, to attend the 2016 Women, Law, and Legal Advocacy Seminar from October 20-22, 2016.  The Seminar is held in Washington, D.C. PLEN seminars give students the chance to discuss current issues […]

Free Law School Application Workshop – September 21

Representatives from the admissions office at GSU College of Law will be conducting an application workshop — focused primarily on personal statements — on Wednesday September 21. Pre-law students at all stages can benefit from this workshop, and those who are applying to law schools this fall can benefit the most. The event will be in […]

Pre-Law Student Groups Announce Upcoming Meetings

Two GSU pre-law student groups have announced the dates, times, and locations of upcoming meetings: Pre-Law Club will be meeting for the first time this semester on Wednesday, September 7th at 4:30pm in Langdale Hall 1081. The club has also announced that they plan to meet at that time and location on the first and third Wednesday every month […]

10 Tips from Professor Perry Binder on Succeeding in College and Life

Professor Perry Binder has recently posted “10 Ways to Succeed in College and in Life.” This is great advice for all students and is highly recommended. Professor Binder, who is also a lawyer, offers Legal Studies courses through the Robinson College of Business. He is also a member of GSU’s pre-law advising network. Like other members […]

Instructions for Requesting Transcripts for Law School Applications

For GSU pre-law students, the most confusing part of the law school application process is requesting official transcripts from the GSU Academic Records department (found in the University Registrar’s office). You need an official transcript sent to the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) from GSU Academic Records so that its authenticity is verified and you can […]

LSAC’s 2016 Free Law School Forum in Atlanta – Friday 10/28

Free LSAC Law School Forums are held in several major cities around the country to give prospective law students an opportunity to talk personally with representatives from law schools and to collect admission materials from schools throughout the country. If you are thinking about law school, Law School Forums are an excellent resource for you. […]

Law Admissions Workshop Series (LAWS) – Register Now for Free Event in Atlanta

The Law Admissions Workshop Series (LAWS) will be hosting a free event in Atlanta on September 19th. This is an excellent opportunity to meet representatives from top law schools and listen to advice about law careers and legal education. Seats are limited, so make sure to register right away.  And, if you do plan to attend, make […]