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Information night at UNBC designed to help pre-law students

Prospective university students who are interested in a career in law can attend a free information night on Wednesday, Jan. 30 at the University of Northern British Columbia to find out how they can start their pre-law education at UNBC.

The event is an opportunity to hear from UNBC graduates who have successful law careers who did their pre-law studies at the University prior to going on to law school.

The lawyers will talk about their experiences of how they chose their UNBC degrees; how the UNBC experience helped them; what it was like to prepare for and write the Law School Admission Test; what to expect in law school and what it is like to be a lawyer.

University faculty will discuss programs that are commonly taken for pre-law and the benefits of choosing UNBC to earn a bachelor’s degree.

“When it comes to thinking about professional degrees such as law school, UNBC can be the perfect step on a student’s post-secondary journey,” said Dennis Stark, UNBC’s Interim Manager of Student Recruitment. “ At this event, our law-practicing alumni will share their experiences they had en route to working in the field of law, and how studying at a small research university such as UNBC prepared them for success.”

The event is from 5 – 7 p.m. in Room 8-164.

Those who are interested in attending at can register at the door or RSVP online at:
https://www.unbc.ca/future-students/planning-law-school-rsvp