Prospective Student Visit




WELCOME!

Interested in finding out more about Quinnipiac Law?  You are in the right place!


We can connect you to the people who can answer your questions and illustrate why Quinnipiac Law is such a dynamic law school. You will find on-campus, off-campus, and virtual experiences and events that bring our law school to life and will help you understand what it is like to be a member of this amazing community and profession.  Check out the offerings below and sign up for the ones that appeal to you.

Visit our
 prospective student portal with even more information.  
Get started uncovering all that sets Quinnipiac Law apart!

 

ON-CAMPUS
Campus Visits

 

A campus visit is an integral part of the law school application process. We would love to welcome you to campus and introduce you to all Quinnipiac University School of Law has to offer.   

As we are limiting guests under our Covid-19 protocols, we require you to pre-register for on-campus visits.

Tour and Class Visit  (sign up via the calendar below)  

Join us for an individual visit where you will take a tour of our state-of-the-art facility and sit in on a upper level law school class. Our Admissions staff will be available to answer any questions you may have.  

Tour only (sign up via the calendar below)  

We encourage you to sit in on a law class during your visit; however, we do offer tours of our state-of-the-art law center if you cannot make it at another time. Our Admissions staff will be available to answer any questions you may have.

*On-campus events are subject to change at any point based on University, State and Local Covid-19 policies.  

If you are unable to visit us in person, please enjoy this virtual tour of campus presented by George Morgan, Jr. '21.  

 

 

OFF-CAMPUS (IN-PERSON)
LSAC Forums

Each year, LSAC Law School Forums serve as invaluable opportunities for candidates to learn about law school and connect with law school representatives. By attending an LSAC Law School Forum you’ll be able to connect directly with law school representatives, learn about financial aid and the law school admission process, and get answers to any questions you may have.

Quinnipiac Law representatives will be attending the following in-person LSAC Forums:

Chicago LSAC Forum - September 25, 2021
Atlanta LSAC Forum - October 22, 2021
New York LSAC Forum - November 5 & 6, 2021



Other in-person events:

Quinnipiac Law representatives will be available at the following events:

Tri-State Law Fair at St. John's Law School - October 1, 2021


*Please be aware that in-person events could pivot to virtual.  We will update this page to reflect these changes, if necessary.

 

VIRTUAL

Virtual Information Sessions


Looking for general information about Quinnipiac Law's programs and curriculum?  Have questions regarding the application process and timeline?  Join us for one of our Virtual Information Sessions.  We will cover the basics of the admissions process and Quinnipiac Law's expansive opportunities.  There will be plenty of time for questions, so be sure to ask whatever is on your mind. Register by clicking on the date you are interested in attending.

 
October 184:00 - 5:00 pm EDT
November 15 4:00 - 5:00 pm EST

 
Meet with Admissions 

Schedule an individual appointment with an admissions representative on Zoom.  (Sign up via the calendar below.)


If you already have plenty of information about Quinnipiac Law, but want to ask specific questions about your application and the programs you are interested in, you can schedule an individual appointment with an admissions representative.  Dates available are noted on the calendar at the bottom of this page. Registration is required.  

LSAC Digital Forums


We know choosing the right law school can be a challenge.  Attending a Law School Admission Council (LSAC) Forum is one of the first steps to making an informed decision. Come visit our virtual booth in the Blue Hall and learn from us how to best prepare for the LSAT, how to write an excellent personal statement and even find out who you should ask to write your letters of recommendation.  You can speak to us through the forum booth live on Zoom or through the chat function.  

Digital forums are:
December 4, 2021
February 5, 2022


Quinnipiac Law representatives will be available from 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm on all three days.  You can register through LSAC here.  

Fall Spotlight Series


Join us for our virtual fall spotlight series!

Elements of the Application - October 4, 2021 from 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Daunted by the law school application process? You are not alone! Remember – knowledge is power, and this session will empower you to tackle the process in fine style. We will go into detail on what the Admissions Committee is looking for when they review your application.  From personal statements and resumes to addendums and letters of recommendation – we’ll cover all that and more in a brisk, info-packed hour. Plus we’ll field your questions, so don’t hold back. Hosted by Quinnipiac Law Associate Dean of Admissions Joan Metzler and Associate Director Kathy Mills.

Clinics, Externships and Simulation Courses with Associate Dean of Experiential Education Carrie Kaas - October 15, 2021 from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm 

The word that comes to mind when hearing Associate Dean of Experiential Education Carrie Kaas talk about practical experience opportunities at Quinnipiac Law is possibilities! Dean Kaas and her colleagues are passionate about matching students with real-world experiences, whether tapping into the 350+ externship sites and 19 clinic practice areas the law school has already established or finding new opportunities for students with targeted interests. You will get a sense of the depth and scope of our offerings, and the level of support and guidance you can expect from our faculty. Bring your questions about this exciting topic.

Criminal Law with Professors Tanaka, Meyer and Latif - October 29, 2021 from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Join Quinnipiac Law criminal law faculty for an in-depth discussion of this complex field. Professor Elizabeth Tanaka is a former assistant state’s attorney who represented the state of Connecticut in the prosecution of serious felonies and complex financial crimes. Professor Linda Meyer, who served as law clerk to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, is an author and co-founder of the Quinnipiac Prison Project. She has taught college courses at York Correctional, Connecticut’s women’s prison, and works on prison college education projects and prison reform and reentry initiatives.  Professor Elizabeth Latif, a former assistant U.S. attorney in New York and Connecticut, currently sits on the Criminal Justice Act panels for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Among the topics covered will be Quinnipiac Law’s criminal law concentration and our involvement in the ABA Legal Education Police Practices Consortium, an initiative that will leverage the expertise of the ABA and law schools to collaborate on projects to develop better police practices. Time will be reserved for your questions.

Meet Dean Jennifer Gerarda Brown - November 12, 2021 from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm  

Spend some time with Quinnipiac Law School Dean Jennifer Gerarda Brown as she shares her thoughts on the profession, legal education, and her powerful perspective on what it means to be a whole lawyer serving the needs of the whole client. Calling on students to be resilient and mindful, she urges them to stay connected to their past as they grow professionally, and to “think like a lawyer, but feel like a human being.” Leading the law school since 2013, Dean Brown has served on the faculty since 1994 and was a founding director of Quinnipiac’s Center on Dispute Resolution. Wondering what it is like to be part of Quinnipiac Law – and what is ahead for our dynamic law school? Be sure to join the discussion.


East Meets West Coast Law Consortium

Join Admissions Deans from six law schools for a 360-degree view of the law admissions process.

Click here to see the dates and register for one of our monthly presentations covering various admissions topics.  Time is always set aside for the group to answer your questions.


 

Talk with our Faculty, Students, Alumni - Request a Meeting

If you would like to connect with our faculty, alumni, current students, admissions, or other administrators at Quinnipiac University School of Law, click here and we will follow up with the contact or information you need!
 

Just starting your search and want more information?  We would be happy to mail you a packet of our latest materials.
 

Sign up for an on-campus tour or one of our virtual Zoom appointments by clicking on an available date below. 
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