Virtual Sessions for Admitted Students

Press Date
April 17, 2020

Professor Elissa Gentry was one of six professors who provided
insight during The 1L Experience panel.


TALLAHASSEE—During the past few weeks, we have been hosting virtual sessions for admitted students in lieu of our Admitted Students Preview Day, which was originally scheduled for March 26-27. Our admissions office planned a full slate of programming to better acquaint admitted students with FSU Law since they were no longer able to come to campus to visit. Students had opportunities to attend sessions with current students, professors and administrators on topics including the 1L experience, student life, business law, international law, criminal law, intellectual property law, career services, clinical opportunities and financing a legal education. Jeff Kahn, our Harry M. Walborsky Professor and Associate Dean for Business Law Programs, also presented an interactive, live mock class. The conversations in all sessions were robust, with admitted students asking many great questions. Our many student organizations also created individual videos showcasing their organizations to create an impressive virtual student organization fair. Although we would have loved to welcome our admitted students to campus, we were delighted to be able to share much of what makes FSU Law special through live sessions with our professors and students. We’re looking forward to welcoming our newest students to campus in the future!

Published on April 17, 2020