Visit the College of Law
Now that you have had a chance to browse our Web pages and learn about Willamette’s innovative programs, inspiring faculty and great location, as well as look at some great pictures of the campus and law school, we highly encourage you to come check us out. We want you to learn as much as possible about the place you will call home for the next three years.
From reading information on these pages, you know that Willamette offers a unique law school experience — thanks to small class sizes, an intimate learning environment and a vibrant educational community. But we also want to help you understand the countless little intangibles that make Willamette such a special place
To help you get a better sense of what it is like to study law at Willamette, we invite you to visit us in person. Talk with an admission representative about your law school goals and how we can help you achieve them. Meet the professors who will guide you toward a successful career in law. Tour the law school and get to know the supportive, helpful staff in Student Services and Career Development. Peruse the law library, take a walk along the stream that runs through campus, and grab a latte or an Italian soda at the University Center. Visit with current law students and get the real scoop on life at the College of Law.
During a typical visit, you will have the opportunity to meet with an admission representative, sit in on a first year class and tour the law school facilities with a current student. Visits are available Monday through Friday. Keep in mind that a class visit may not be available during finals, and during summer and holiday breaks. We ask one to two weeks notice to schedule a visit, in order to make all necessary arrangements to ensure your visit is as valuable and enjoyable as possible.
We look forward to meeting with you!
Group information sessions are held periodically throughout the academic year. Information sessions are typically two hours long and include a one-hour class visit, a tour of the college of law and a session with an Admission Representative.