UTSA to host law school fair Oct. 31
By Leigh Anne Gullett
Public Affairs Specialist
(Oct. 21, 2005)--The University of Texas at San Antonio will host a law school fair from 1 to 4 p.m., Monday, Oct. 31 at the University Center on the 1604 Campus.
The fair is sponsored by the Institute for Law and Public Affairs and the Southwest Association of Pre-Law Advisors and is open to anyone interested in attending law school.
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Representatives from more than 60 nationally accredited law schools, some as far away as Seattle and New York, will be available to answer questions about law school admission, financing and application processes.
A 2004 survey conducted by the National Law Journal showed that minorities make up only 9.64 percent of lawyers in the nation's largest firms. The law fair gives students across South Texas a chance to learn more about applying to law schools.
The Halloween visit marks the first time the fair has visited San Antonio.
For more information, contact the Institute for Law and Public Affairs at (210) 458-2990.