2014 Upper Midwest Law Fair

The fifth annual Upper Midwest Law Fair (UMLF) will be held on Saturday, November 1, 2014 from 11 am to 1 pm at William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minn.

Organized by the four Minnesota law schools, UMLF provides prospective law students an opportunity to meet with law schools from around the Upper Midwest region. The event is free for all attendees and pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Registration links are located below.

Law school registration for the 2014 UMLF is underway. If you are interested in law schools currently signed up to attend, please call William Mitchell College of Law Office of Admissions at 651-290-6476.

UMLF Agenda

William Mitchell College of Law
Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014

10:30 am Check-in (Outside the Auditorium, 2nd floor)
11 am–1 pm Law School Fair (Auditorium)
Meet with law school admissions representatives to learn more about their institutions and admissions process.
11:30 am–noon Current Student Panel I (Room 225)
Learn from current law students about their admissions experience and what it’s like to be law student. This includes a brief question and answer period. No pre-registration needed to attend.
noon–12:30 pm Current Student Panel II (Room 225)
Attend either student panel. Same information is covered in each panel.
1 pm Event concludes


Prospective Law Students

Prospective students are strongly encouraged to pre-register for the event for planning purposes.

Prospective law students register here

Pre-Law Advisors

Pre-law advisors are encouraged to attend individually or with their students. Pre-law advisors bringing a group of students to the event are encouraged to have each of their students register individually for planning purposes.

Pre-law advisors register here

Law School Representatives

If your law school would like to have a table at the event, please register. Space is limited and preference will be given to schools located in the Great Lakes and Midwest region.

Law schools register here


Free parking is available in our main lot or overflow lots or on the adjacent streets (be sure to make sure the parking is not zoned residential or otherwise restricted).

Directions to William Mitchell College of Law