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Admissions Blog

Welcome to the admissions blog for the University of Florida Levin College of Law! We invite you to explore the resources below. Have more questions? Our admissions team would be delighted to connect with you and guide you through the admissions process.

Admissions Blog

Next Steps: Securing Housing in Gainesville

Housing Part 1 Greetings, incoming students! Over the course of the next few blog posts I’ll discuss some of the things you should be thinking about regarding your relocation. I will also include links to some helpful resources. Securing housing is something you should start thinking soon as housing options can fill up quickly after […]

UF Law On the Road

UF Law will be on the road through mid-November to talk with prospective students and we hope to see you! Grant Keener and Chris Bailey will be visiting the University of Virginia (11/1), the Phi Alpha Delta Conference in Arlington, VA (11/2), UNC-Wilmington (11/5), NC State (11/6), UNC-Chapel Hill and Texas A&M (11/7), Baylor, Wake […]

UF Applicants: Consider the Gator Express Program

Greetings UF students and alumni! We invite you to apply to UF Law through our Gator Express program. The Gator Express is a way for individuals that are already members of the Gator Nation to receive expedited responses on their applications. Gator Express is for current UF students and UF alumni who are applying for […]

UF Law Early Decision Program

Applicants applying for Fall 2020 admission have the opportunity to apply through UF Law’s binding Early Decision program. The program is designed for applicants who are certain that UF Law is their top choice. Through this program, applicants may apply early in the cycle and receive an expedited admission and scholarship decision. Here are some […]

Jessica Gaudette-Reed (JD 20) Offers Advice on How to Pick the Best Law School

Name and Year: Jessica Gaudette-Reed (JD 20)  Undergraduate Institution: B.A. in History with a Certificate in African Studies, cum laude, Portland State University Law School Involvement: President, OUTLaw; Vice President, UF Law Democrats; General Editor Florida Journal of International Law Community Involvement: LGBT Bar Association Law Student Congress Florida and Puerto Rico Chair; Mercy Corps […]

Annual Diversity Event Highlights UF Law’s Inclusive Community

Name and Year:  Aaron Chatmon (JD 20) Hometown: Waldorf, MD Undergraduate Institution: B.A. in General Studies, University of Maryland Eastern Shore Graduate Institution: M.Ed. in Counseling Education, University of Maryland Eastern Shore Law School Involvement: President, Black Law Students Association; Member, Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International; Treasure, Mental Health Law Association; General Editor, Journal of Law and […]

UF Law Professors Offer Advice to the Incoming Class

Dear UF Law Class of 2021, Welcome to your first year of law school! We can’t wait to see you around campus and hope you are excited to meet your classmates during the Introduction to Law School and the Profession. In the meantime, we asked some of our professors to offer up advice to the […]

UF Law’s Suggested Summer Reads

Summer can be a time to relax, recharge and re-discover the enjoyment of reading. Enter UF Law’s Summer Reads. For those of you about to embark on your law school journey, we hope the titles listed below offer insight into your chosen profession and advice for a successful experience. For those of you who still […]

UF Law Alum Evan Ferl (JD 10) Details Legal Career in the Tech Space

Name: Evan Ferl UF Law Graduation Year: 2010 Current City: San Francisco, California Occupation: Head of Legal at Hired, Inc.         What was it like to study at UF Law? UF Law was an amazing experience. It offered me a ton of different opportunities that I wouldn’t have otherwise had. I was […]

UF Law Student Natalie Mendez Explains Why it’s Never too Early to Network

Name and Year:  Natalie Mendez (JD 20) Hometown: Miami, Florida Undergraduate Institution: B.A. in Business Administration and Minor in Family, Youth and Community Sciences, University of Florida. Law School Involvement: Vice President, Family Law Society; 1L Representative, American Constitution Society; Admissions Office Student Recruitment Team and Association for Public Interest Law.       During my final year […]

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