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The SMU Dedman School of Law invites all prospective students to attend the annual Minority Pre-Law Student Symposium on Saturday, February 21, 2015.  The symposium is designed to provide minority students interested in pursuing a legal education with a vast array of information from the law school application process to pursuing a legal career.  This program is open to all prospective students and is designed to benefit those interested in attending any law school. This program is not limited to minority students.  Students of all ethnic backgrounds are encouraged to attend.  A continental breakfast will be provided.  There is no cost to attend. 

Symposium Details

WHAT:

The program will feature practicing attorneys, law students, law faculty, and members of the SMU Dedman School of Law administration.  Featured panels and discussion topics include:  law school admissions process, faculty discussion, a mock law school class with current law students, and a panel of practicing attorneys who will discuss what you can do with a law degree. 

There will also be a raffle for five free Kaplan LSAT preparatory courses donated by Kaplan, Inc. at the end of the symposium. 

WHEN:

Saturday, February 21 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.  Registration will begin at 8:15 a.m. in the lobby of Storey Hall.    

WHERE:

SMU Dedman School of Law, 3315 Daniel Avenue, Dallas, TX 75205. (Map)  Parking information will be emailed to attendees.   

 

ADMISSIONS OFFICE

Office Hours:

Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Extended hours available by appointment.

Telephone:

(214) 768-2550

Fax:

(214) 768-2549

Email:

lawadmit@smu.edu

Physical Address:

3300 University Boulevard, Suite 331
Dallas, TX 75205

Mailing Address:

SMU Dedman School of Law
Office of Admissions
P.O. Box 750110
Dallas, TX 75275-0110

ADMISSIONS STAFF

Jill Nikirk

Assistant Dean for Admissions

Becca Henley

Director of Admissions

Bobbye Heine

Assistant Director for Graduate Legal Programs