Levin College of Law

Spring Admissions Webinar Schedule

University of Florida Levin College of Law warmly invites you to join us for our Spring 2024 Wednesday Webinar Series, where you will meet members of UF Law faculty, staff, and student body, and learn more about all things UF Law!

In addition to these webinars, we hope you will join us for other virtual events, including virtual Q&A group sessions, virtual interactive law school tours, and one-on-one meetings with an admissions officer.

We look forward to connecting with you soon!

Webinar Series Schedule: All times Eastern

January 31, 12:30pm

Understanding Financial Aid

Join Director for Admissions Leslie Greenwood to learn about important financial aid concepts, the components of a financial aid package, and the process for obtaining financial aid at UF Law. There will be an opportunity for Q&A at the conclusion of the presentation.
WATCH HERE

February 7, 12:30pm

Transactional Practice

Description: Join Peter Molk, John H. and Mary Lou Dasburg Professor and Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development, and Chris Hampson, Assistant Professor of Law, for a discussion of the opportunities at UF Law associated with transactional practice, including Corporate, Securities, Bankruptcy, and Insurance Law.
WATCH HERE

February 21, 5:30pm

Your Support Network: Parents and Partners

Description: The invitation to attend this webinar is extended to future law students as well as their parents, partners, or anyone important in their lives. Join our Associate Dean for Administrative and Student Affairs, Rachel Inman, along with current students for a discussion about the demands of law school and what the important people in law students’ lives can expect during this transformative time.
WATCH HERE

February 28, 5:30pm

Emerging Legal Markets: IP, Technology, AI, and Health Law

Description: UF Law is on the forefront of cutting-edge legal fields, such as IP, Technology, AI, and Health Law. Join Barbara Evans, Stephen C. O’Connell Chair and Professor of Law, and Derek Bambauer, Irving Cypen Professor of Law, for a discussion about UF Law’s offerings in these emerging legal markets.
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March 6, 5:30pm

Current Student Q&A Panel

Join current UF Law students for an open Q&A session about their experiences at the law school and beyond.
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March 13, 5:30pm

Clinics, Field Placements, and Public Interest Law

Description: UF Law offers a plethora of experiential learning opportunities, including 9 clinics and field placements, which complement our public interest law offerings. Hear from M Smith (Assistant Dean for Experiential Learning and Engagement) and Professors Sarah Wolking (Prosecution Clinic), Juan Caballero (Immigration Clinic), and Derek Wheeler (Low Income Taxpayer Clinic) about what these upper-level experiences entail.
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March 27, 5:30pm

Tax Law

Description: UF Law boasts the #1 public university tax program in the United States, and the #2 tax law program overall. Learn more about our tax law offerings, including our 7-semester JD/LLM degree, from Lee-ford Tritt, Director of Tax Programs.
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April 3, 5:30pm

Balance, Wellness, and Fun at UF Law

Description: UF Law prioritizes the well-being of its students and provides many resources to this end. Join Ritzy Ettinger, the law school’s dedicated Mental Health Counselor, and current students to learn how to achieve balance, maintain wellness, and have fun during your time at UF Law.
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April 10, 5:30pm

Career and Professional Development

Description: Landing a great internship or job may seem daunting, but UF Law’s Office of Career and Professional Development is here to help you strategize and give you the tools you need to achieve your career goals. Hear from Janice Shaw, Assistant Dean for Career and Professional Development, about the guidance available to and the employment outcomes of UF Law students.
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