High school students can make the courtroom their classroom this summer at University of Findlay’s two-day Pre-Law Workshop on June 23-24, 2020. Students will enter their undergraduate careers one step ahead of their competition when it comes to preparing for law school.
During the workshop, student will have opportunities to learn about the best law programs from leading law school admissions experts, and even take a trip to see a functional courthouse. They will also experience the life of a University of Findlay student by staying in the dorms, eating at the dining halls, and attending law-related lectures and mock trial presentations.
By the end of the two-day workshop, attendees will have an understanding of what law schools expect when accepting students. Going into their undergrad, students will be one step ahead of their competition when it comes to preparing for law school.
The workshop is open to all high school students and costs $70 per student, which includes meals, room and board.
To read session descriptions, a tentative schedule, or to register, visit www.findlay.edu/pre-law-workshop.