Insiders' Guide to Gaining Admission and Scholarship Aid at U.S. Law Schools
Monday, June 13, 7:30 to 8:15 p.m., EDT
This webinar will provide suggestions and a list of action items that prospective law school applicants can take in order to maximize the likelihood of admission and scholarship aid at U.S. law schools. Topics to be addressed include:
- Factors most commonly considered by law school admission and scholarship committees
- Potential topics that should be included (or excluded) in your personal statement, diversity statement, or other application materials
- Suggestions for tailoring your resume
- A recommended timeline for preparing and submitting law school application materials
Charles Roboski is a veteran dean of law school admissions, having served as a director or dean of admissions at six law schools. He has worked with admission committees at a range of law schools and has reviewed more than 50,000 applications for admission in his career as a law school admissions professional. Dean Roboski was appointed dean of admissions at Michigan State Law in 2008.
Justin Williams is assistant director of admissions at Michigan State University College of Law. He counsels prospective law school students in all phases of the enrollment process, from the first-year college student to those who are assembling admission materials to those who have been offered admission. He decided on law school after a career in business and graduated from Michigan State University College of Law in 2015.