Saturday, February 7th, 2015
About the Program
The University of Florida Levin College of Law is proud to host DiscoverLaw Day, which invites diverse students to engage with current law students, faculty, admissions professionals and legal practitioners to learn more about the path to law school.
This collaborative outreach event is designed to give students in their high school or early college careers an opportunity that will address social and legal awareness, motivation, and preparation for law school.
The Day will feature an overview of the DiscoverLaw Program and the benefits and offerings to students, a brief overview of law school admissions, a Workshop with the Law and Justice Youth Conference, lunch with current law students and professors, and a Seminar on current legal issues. We hope students can join us for this exciting program as we explore the legal profession and the introduction to the path to law school.
**DiscoverLaw Day is offered in partnership with the Law School Admission Council, DiscoverLaw.org, BLSA, LLSA, APALSA, Phi Alpha Delta, UF Law, and the Law and Justice Conference**
Program Schedule (9:30am – 2:15pm)
- Registration & Check In
- Dean’s Greeting & Welcome
- DiscoverLaw Program and Law School Admissions Overview
- Workshop with the Law and Justice Youth Conference
- Seminar on Current Legal Issues
Please consider registering promptly, as space is limited.
What to Wear
We suggest participants wear comfortable clothing.
Directions, Lodging and Parking
Participants should arrive early to allow time for parking. Parking restrictions are typically lifted over the weekend. You may park in the Orange and Green Commuter lots around the law school. Please do not park in areas labeled “Reserved” or “Service Vehicle Only.”