Chancellor Welcomes Prospective Applicants; Mock Law Class Engages Students at Annual Open House

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“The study of law is a worthwhile goal for those formulating that idea; and, for those thinking about law school, we’re a wonderful place for you to attend,” said Chancellor Jack Weiss as he welcomed participants to the Law Center’s Annual Open House.  Over 70 prospective applicants attended the annual event held on October 13.
 
In addition to hearing from Chancellor Weiss, prospective students were welcomed by Scott Sternberg, Student Bar Association President, and Lynell Cadray, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Services and Director of Admissions. The program also included an engaging mock class taught by Professor N. Gregory Smith, as well as a panel of current LSU Law students who offered the “inside scoop” on the academic program and student life at LSU Law. LaToya Jordan, a 3L Law Ambassador, moderated the panel.

Speakers from LSU also provided details on dual Juris Doctor (J.D.) programs that are offered with the main campus, including the dual J.D./M.B.A; J.D./M.P.A., and J.D./M.M.C. with Mass Communications.  
 
The LSU Law Center Admissions staff is also engaged in recruitment events throughout Louisiana and other locations. For information of a recruitment event near you, please visit LSU Law.; email admissions@law.lsu.edu; or call 225/578-8646.

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