Whether it’s an early step or your first, visiting a law school before enrolling is beyond important, and, if at all possible, visit every law school you are considering attending.
Law Schools are not just buildings, they are communities. There is little, if anything, more important than making sure that the law school you attend is a fit for you.
This decision is far more complicated than what “ranking” a school has, or whether a particular school is a “reach school” that you have been admitted to. You must gather evidence, reflect on what you learn, imagine what you want, and pursue your dreams. That journey continues here.
Let’s get you in to see an actual law school class.
Peter Gormanly, Esq