BYU Law is hosting a Law School Survival Skills luncheon for admitted students on Tuesday, May 26, 2015. Recent graduate, Sam Noel, and third-year law student, Victoria Chen, will share their tips on how to have a successful law school experience.
“I was very fortunate to hear tips from law students and practitioners before starting law school,” Noel said. “It helped me keep a better perspective throughout law school.”
Noel intends to encourage admitted students to place some of their focus on networking, gaining experience, and balancing life outside of law school. “Although graduation seems far away, it will be here very soon,” he said. “Through networking, focusing on skills, and finding balance, a great job can be obtained.”
The purpose of the Law School Survival Skills luncheon is to help newly admitted law students prepare for the school year, get to know fellow classmates, and have their questions answered.
BYU Law is planning to host two additional survival skills events before school starts in August. Interested students who are unable to attend in person may participate remotely via webinar. For more information, contact BYU Law admissions at 801-422-7871.