Last Updated on November 20, 2020
Pre-Law Advising is working to keep up with changes to how COVID-19 is affecting applications to law schools and LSAT testing. Below is a running list of links to various organizations and updates on information as we know it. As always, UIC students and alumni should reach out to Pre-Law Advising for an appointment or with questions or concerns. More programming will be coming to you via webinar and online resources throughout the rest of this semester as well.
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Pre-Law advising appointments are available!
All appointments will be held online for the rest of the Spring 2020 semester. Online appointments may be conducted with audio only if you do not have video capability. Continue to schedule an appointment in the normal manner. As always, if you are a non-LAS student, an alum, or otherwise are unable to schedule via Insight, please email the Pre-Law Advisor at: email@example.com. Once your appointment is scheduled, you will receive an email from the Pre-Law Advisor with your virtual meeting location link.
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LSAC Updates: Coronavirus and the LSAT. The most current information regarding LSAT test dates, cancellations and policies can be found on LSAC’s website, which includes a very helpful FAQ section.
LSAC COVID-19 Resources: LSAC is creating, tracking, and compiling resources to help you navigate this challenging time. The list of resources will change as LSAC receives updates and new opportunities become available.
AccessLex is another great resource for COVID-19 information as it relates to current and prospective law students.
University of Michigan Law School FAQs COVID-19 Edition provides answers to typical applicant questions in the current unique admissions process, including answers to questions about P/F, CR/NC grading policies, that are generally applicable across the board.