Registration for “Experience WVU Law Day” is free and includes lunch. It is open to anyone interested in earning a law degree, including high school students, college students, and second-career adults.
“Experience WVU Law Day” will focus on the law school application process, academic offerings, student life, and financial aid. Participants will also be able to sit in on a torts class and tour the College of Law, which recently opened a 30,000 square foot addition.
“Our goal is to introduce prospective students to the WVU College of Law and answer any questions they might have,” said Tina Jernigan, director of admissions. “It’s an opportunity to get a glimpse of what law school is really like.”
WVU College of Law is ranked #83 among the best law schools in the country by U.S. News & World Report. With a focus on justice, ethics, and professionalism, WVU Law focuses on the development of practice-ready skills through experiences in and out of the classroom. The employment rate forWVU Law graduates is higher than the national average.