Workshops

For specific workshop details and dates, please refer to the Calendar of Events.

We offer a variety of workshops each semester to disseminate information pertinent to pre-law students. These workshops are held in a variety of locations and most pre-law workshops are held at least once each semester in the academic year. Workshops are on such topics as Pre-Law 101 (pre-law basics), Components of the Law School Application, Writing Personal Statements for Law School Applications, Mock Law School Admission Process, Navigating the Law School Application Process, Law Student Panels, and Attorney Panels. We also host a number of individual law school presentations typically in the fall semester. Law schools that have presented in the past include UF’s Levin College of Law, Florida State University College of Law, Georgetown Law, Harvard Law, Duke, Stanford, NYU, and Columbia Law.

Due to space limitations, you will need to register for each workshop you attend. If you need to cancel your reservation, please inform us 24 hours in advance so another student can attend.

Registering for Workshops

Some of our Pre-Law workshops are live and require registration at the workshop registration page.

Online Workshops

For your convenience, we are also starting to put some of our workshops online.

Components of the Application Process

View the presentation online Presentation: view online!
Familiarize yourself with the law school admission process, the application modes, accompanying documentation, and the Pre-Law advising services available in the UF Academic Advising Center.

Personal Statement Workshop

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Gain information about law school personal statements/admissions statements, including statement goals, law school requirements/guidelines, and tips for writing an effective statement.