Throughout the month of August, students from UT Austin, Huston-Tillotson and Austin Community College came to campus to pursue their law school dreams at the sixth annual Explore Law summer program.
Guided by faculty and staff within the Longhorn Center for Academic Excellence and the School of Law, students learned not just how to get into law school but also which avenue to take within the all-encompassing field of law. Activities included classes taught by law school professors, networking receptions, admissions panels, LSAT preparation, field trips to local law offices and more.
Toward the end of the four-week program, students presented their oral arguments before a panel of judges in the School of Law’s ornate Eidman courtroom.
The program concluded with a celebratory reception for the new graduates, where they all received certificates of completion and visited with one another before parting ways.
A big thanks to all of our campus and community partners who have made the 2019 year of Explore Law a success!
More about Explore Law: Administered by the Longhorn Center for Academic Excellence, Explore Law is a free program that aims to prepare diverse populations of students for law school and beyond. The program is now open to students at UT Austin, Huston-Tillotson University and Austin Community College. Visit the Explore Law website for more details on how to apply.