Law Schools: Months Months events are changing. Details about LSAC’s new guidelines for the Diversity Matters Award and grant opportunities will be posted by January 1, 2018. If your law school is currently planning a event for 2018, note that the new guidelines will be consistent with past events. However, we will not accept any 2018 event forms until the announcement has been made.

Law schools that participated in Months this year are eligible to use their remaining grant funds for 2017 events. You will need to complete the event form below in order to be approved for funding. For questions about Months events, contact Isabelle Ramos at

Required Forms

  • Event Form: Use this form to submit each of your Months events.
    (NOTE: Events are posted approximately 7–10 business days after being approved.)
  • Photo Release Form: You will receive a copy of the Photo Release Form in your event approval email. If you plan to take photos at your event and submit them to LSAC, the form will be required from each attendee. Authorized photos of Months events will be used on our website, as well as our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts.
  • Report and Reimbursement Form: For your convenience, we will send you the Report and Reimbursement Form via email the day after your event. If you do not receive it, please contact
  • Contact Card Spreadsheet (XLS): For your convenience, we have created this spreadsheet, which you can use to submit information from the contact cards. The spreadsheet can be uploaded directly to the Report and Reimbursement Form. Otherwise, scan all of your contact cards and upload them to the Report and Reimbursement Form as one PDF file.

Social Media

We encourage your students to post, like, tweet, or send pictures of your Months events while they are occurring and tag

Event Materials

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