Upcoming DiscoverLaw.org Events (Midsouth)
DiscoverLaw.org-sponsored events that are taking place in the Midsouth are listed below.
These events are open to everyone—feel free to attend!
Diversity Law Day
Date: Saturday, February 11, 2017
Time: 9:00 am–4:00 pm
Location: Campbell University School of Law, 225 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh, NC 27603
Several North Carolina law schools, in collaboration with Methodist University, have joined forces to provide information, access, and direction on how to forge your pathway to law school, how to develop and control your candidacy for law school, how to manage the expectations of law school, and how to create a pathway for success after law school. The panels feature current law students, professors, attorneys, and admission professionals.
These events are being held for select audiences and are not open to the public.
Law Day for Prince George’s County Public High Schools (private)
Date: Wednesday, January 25, 2017
Time: 9:00 am–1:00 pm
Location: University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
As part of DiscoverLaw.org Months, the University of Maryland School of Law has established a new partnership with the Prince George’s County Public High Schools to educate diverse student groups about the legal profession. The program will include mock law classes, a panel presentation about the road to law school, and a networking luncheon. In attendance, we will have prominent practitioners, judges, and law students.
High School Minority Law Day (private)
Date: Friday, February 24, 2017
Time: 9:00 am–2:30 pm
Location: WVU College of Law
As part of DiscoverLaw.org Months, WVU College of Law hosts High School Minority Law Day. High School Minority Law Day is in its 19th year and has been an annual success. Through the High School Minority Law Day program, the College of Law is able to provide minority students from high schools across the state of West Virginia (as well as some schools in Pennsylvania) the opportunity to visit our facility and interact with current law school students and faculty. The purpose of the program is to nurture the interest of young minority students early so that they may approach their undergraduate education with an eye toward law school. Many of these students do not realize that a legal career is within their reach. This program allows us to work with participants to make this career path a realistic option for them. The event includes a welcome from our dean, sessions on admission, choosing an undergraduate major, and first/last impressions of a trial, as well as a presentation from a minority alumnus and practicing attorney.
Multicultural Law Academy (private)
Date: Friday, March 3, 2017
Time: 8:30 am–2:00 pm
Location: Northern Kentucky University
To best serve the needs of society, the legal profession must reflect the diversity of our communities. The Multicultural Law Academy is designed to inform students from racial and ethnic groups that are underrepresented in the legal profession about careers in law. Join us on campus for this special event to learn about pursuing a career in law and the steps necessary to achieve your goals.
- Participate in a Street Law Mock Trial presentation.
- Hear from a panel with undergraduate and law students, with additional opportunities to interact.
- Create a sample budget for college.
- Hear from attorney Roula Allouch during the lunch keynote address.
Other Events and Activities (Midsouth)
There are no other events or activities scheduled at this time. Check back soon!