Virtual Visit Activities

NOTE: Our staff is working remotely due to COVID-19. Posted below are our virtual spring activities.

How to visit us

*Please note that:

  • we require two weeks of notice to request live close captioning. If you require this service, please select a session at least two weeks in advance.
  • you may only sign up for one slot per session type. Should you sign up for multiple slots, we will only allow you to keep your spot in the next upcoming session.

Admissions Information Sessions
All prospective students are welcome to attend our Admissions Information Sessions, hosted most Mondays from 3:00-4:00pm ET through May 17 and Thursdays from 1:00-2:00pm ET through March 18. These small-group sessions will be led by an admissions representative and 1-2 current law students who will discuss admissions process, provide a financial aid overview, and offer an opportunity for students to ask questions. Sign up here.

Waiting List Q&A Sessions
Waitlisted students are invited to attend our Waiting List Q&A Sessions most Thursdays from 1:00-2:00pm ET from March 25 through May 13. These sessions will be led by an admissions representative who will discuss our waiting list process. After you have submitted your Waiting List Reply Form, you may register for one Waiting List Session. Sign up here.

Admitted Students Information Sessions
Admitted students are invited to attend these information sessions most Wednesday evenings at 5:00-6:00pm ET and some Fridays at 3:00-4:00pm from January 27 through May 19. These sessions will be led by an admissions representative and 1-2 current law students and will discuss the 1L curriculum, experiential learning opportunities (Clinic, Trial Advocacy, Externships, etc), student life, housing, and more. You may sign up for these sessions through the Admitted Students Site.

RSVP below by clicking the link associated with a virtual session or for an appointment with a specific admissions representative.

Admissions Counselor Alex Richmond
Primary contact for JD prospective students/applicants with last names beginning with A-K.
Schedule a virtual appointment:

Admissions Counselor Jamie Katz

Primary contact for JD prospective students/applicants with last names beginning with L-Z.
Schedule a virtual appointment:

Assistant Director of Admissions Nicholas Lim

Primary contact for JD transfer students and those looking to visit from another ABA law school for a fall or spring semester. 
Schedule a virtual appointment:

Associate Director of Admissions Brooke Sandoval

Contact for questions about academic offerings and dual degree programs. Those with general admissions questions should contact counselors listed above.
Schedule a virtual appointment: 

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virtual activity

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, our Admissions team will be participating in a number of virtual recruitment events hosted by The Law School Admissions Counsel (LSAC), different consortia, and undergraduate institutions. 

We will add any virtual events that are open to the general public to this Recruitment Calendar throughout the fall semester.

All events for the fall of 2020 will be conducted virtually. Many of the events hosted by the law school are open to the public. Please view the law school's Events Calendar.


Office of Admissions Fall Hours:

Monday - Thursday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Fridays 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

4300 Nebraska Ave, NW, Capital Building, C201 Washington, DC 20016