Tuskegee University annual Law School Fair connects students with esteemed law programs

Courtesy of Tuskegee University

Tuskegee University hosted its seventh annual Law School Fair on Tuesday, Jan. 23. The staple spring event continues to be an unparalleled opportunity for Tuskegee students to connect with more than 100 law institutions nationwide.

During the fair, students engaged with representatives from a diverse range of law schools and learned about the admission process, program offerings, and the unique features available at the law schools. With over 100 schools participating in the fair, representatives were available to guide students in navigating the application process, answer questions, and provide valuable resources.

“This year, I was eagerly looking forward to attending the law school fair to meet with representatives from different law programs in person and compare their offerings,” said senior psychology and political science major Jada Shealey. “This was an opportunity to help me make a well-informed decision about which program would best suit me to advance my education toward my desired career.”

Other highlights of the one-day event included a series on the “Do’s and Don’ts in the Law School Admission Process,” a keynote luncheon featuring attorney and Civil Rights Legend – Fred Gray, and other information sessions on topics on how to finance your education, networking opportunities with other HBCU law students, and the opportunity to explore summer legal internships.

The Law School Fair signature event is hosted by the College of Arts and Sciences Department of History and Political Sciences, and the event provides students with the resources and guidance they need to make informed decisions about their future. For more information on Tuskegee’s Pre-Law program and courses, visit Programs & Courses | Tuskegee University.