It's that time of the year: LSAC Law Forum time! Don't know what an LSAC Law Forum is? You should! Law forums are events held in various major cities around the country where prospective law students have an opportunity to talk personally with representatives from ABA-approved law schools. Almost every ABA-approved law school sends representatives to these events, which are held in hotels and conference centers. These reps have information and documentation about their schools, and are also available to talk to students and answer questions.
If you're a prospective law applicant, law forums are a great opportunity to get your questions answered, and get information on the schools you're interested in. They are an incredibly useful tool. However, they are most useful if you take the time to think about what you'll do at the forum, and how you'll approach the experience.
Here are some tips.