Learn About Law School, Meet Faculty at Sessions Being Held This Semester
The law school is holding a series of information sessions for prospective students who want to learn about its programs.

By La Monica Everett-Haynes, University Communications
Sept. 20, 2007

Do you envision a career in law?

The James E. Rogers College of Law is holding a series of sessions where the public and The University of Arizona community can learn about its programs.

Prospective law students who attend will learn about the admissions process and  financial aid options and also receive copies of the catalog, the application and other material.

“It’s good information even two or three years in advance of a decision to apply,” said Terry Holpert, the law school’s assistant dean of admissions.

The first session will be held Oct. 3 at 5:30 p.m. It is an open house, giving attendees a chance to meet law faculty and administrators.

Other sessions will be held Oct. 27 and Dec. 8, both at 1 p.m. Each will run for one hour in the Arizona Law Classroom Commons, 1231 N. Fremont Ave., in Room 111.

Sessions also will be held in the Phoenix area.

For more information, call the law school at 520-621-1337 or visit  http://www.law.arizona.edu.


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