Advising

Spring 2018 Schedule

Spring 2018 Schedule

1/20       Pre-Law Trip to Hartford Symphony

1/23       UConn Law Director of Admissions at Law Society – 6:30 Laurel 201

2/6         Family Law Panel – Law Society – 6:30  Laurel  201

2/14       UConn Law program for Engineering Students

2/20*    Etiquette Dinner for SPinL Class of 2021-5:00  Business School Board Room 321– required for class of 2021

2/27       Attorney Curtis Krechevsky, patent attorney, at Law Society – 6:30 Laurel 201

3/1         SPinL Council Dinner-6:00 Chuck & Augie’s

3/6         Assistant Attorneys General at Law Society – 6:30 Laurel 201

3/13       Deadline for Freshmen to design SPinL tee shirt for Class of 2022

3/20       New York Law School director of admission at Law Society – 6:30 Laurel 201

3/27       SPinL Visit to UConn Law – Details to be announced

3/29       General Pre-Law visit to UConn Law – Details to be announced

4/3         Kristin Hoffman, solo immigration attorney, at Law Society – 6:30  Laurel 201

4/10       Workshop for Sophomores about law school applications – Rowe 420

4/17*    SPinL Year End Dinner – 5:30  Alumni Great Hall

4/26       SPinL Council Dinner – 6:00 Chuck & Augie’s

*=mandatory for some or all SPinLs

A visit to the Connecticut Supreme Court is being planned and will be announced when all details are final.

Note that the Law Society meets every Tuesday evening at 6:30.  The dates given above are just those that have speakers arranged by the Pre-Law Center.

Advising Appointments

Appointments with the pre-law advisor are made via AdvApp by selecting Pre-Professional Programs. Alumni or others who do not have access to AdvApp should email prelaw@uconn.edu with a list of times you are available and the pre-law office will get back to you to schedule your appointment.

For all appointments, please be sure to include, with detail, the questions you need answered or issues you need to discuss with the advisor. If you need help with a personal statement, be sure to email an edited version of your personal statement when you schedule your meeting. This will help make your advising appointment as productive as possible.