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Admissions Blog

Welcome to the admissions blog for the University of Florida Levin College of Law. Our regularly scheduled live “Chat with Us” function will resume soon. Until then, you can still submit a question to our admissions professionals using the chat box below, or you can contact Delphine, Ian or Beth directly. We are always more than happy to answer your questions!

Admissions Blog

New Course Introduces Honor Students to Law School

UF Law lecturer Joel Black is teaching a new course aimed at introducing undergraduate honor students to law school. We chatted with Joel to find out more.   1) How many students do you teach? The course IDH 3931: Introduction to Law at Levin is a one-credit honors program course. Interest in the course has […]

UF Law Travels South

We’re heading to South Florida! Ian McInnis, associate director for admissions – recruitment, will be participating in a panel discussion at 5 p.m. on March 28 at Florida International University College of Law. Ian and representatives from four other law schools will take part in the Law and Legal Profession class discussion, which details the […]

A Look Ahead At Admitted Students Day

We’re looking forward to  hosting Admitted Students Day on Friday, March 17 and Friday, April 7. Below you’ll find the rundown for this Friday’s event. Interested in UF Law but still haven’t applied? Click here.                          Friday, March 17, 2017 Chesterfield Smith Ceremonial Classroom, Rm. […]

Celebrating Diversity During UF Law’s DiscoverLaw Day

UF Law welcomed more than 50 undergraduate students considering law school to campus to meet with current students, faculty, legal practitioners and admissions professionals to learn more about the road to law school during DiscoverLaw Day, an annual event in partnership with the Law School Admission Council and DiscoverLaw.org. Professor Kenneth Nunn, associate director for […]

UF Law Offers a Rich and Diverse Curriculum

At the University of Florida Levin College of Law, we are committed to deepening your knowledge of law. Whether you aspire to be a law firm partner, start a business or serve the public – or want the time to explore multiple paths – we have a rich and diverse curriculum that will prepare you […]

Annual Picnic Celebrating Diversity Gives Opportunity for Networking

UF Law alum and Senior U.S. District Court Judge Paul C. Huck (JD 65) and his wife Donna Huck hosted dozens of UF Law students and alumni during the 13th annual Minority Mentoring Picnic held Feb. 4 in South Florida. The annual picnic, which is presented by the Kozyak Minority Mentoring Foundation, brings together law […]

Dean Rosenbury Shares Her List: What Every Young Lawyer Should Know

We talk a lot on this blog about what it takes to get into law school. This week, we’re looking at the bigger picture, what character traits does it take to make it in the legal profession? Dean Laura A. Rosenbury shares her list of the “top five” things every lawyer needs to know and […]

A Gathering of the Gator Nation

  Have one (or more) UF degrees? We cordially invite you to a special event on Wednesday, Feb. 22! Our second annual UF Law Admissions Double Gator event will take place in the Martin H. Levin Advocacy Center from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. During the event, you will engage in a mock class and […]

What makes the new dean of admissions smile

Here at UF Law, we recently welcomed Delphine Byrd as our new assistant dean of admissions. Delphine joined the UF Law family in September, bringing with her nearly 20 years of experience in admissions at the University of Michigan, working in both undergraduate and law school admissions offices. We asked Delphine about herself and the […]

Enrollment in Semester in Practice Program on the Rise

More than 30 UF Law students are engaging in sophisticated legal work around the nation while earning academic credit this spring.  The Semester in Practice program is in its second year and has more than tripled enrollment since the inaugural program was launched last spring. Students enrolled in the spring 2017 semester can now participate […]

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