Legal Studies Sept. 24 Events: Ice Cream Social, Open House, Orientation

| September 19, 2014

On Wednesday, Sept. 24, the Legal Studies Department of Webster University will host multiple events to welcome new students and provide information to prospective students.

Legal Studies Department events are to be held in the University Center Sunnen Lounge.

Legal Studies Department events are to be held in the University Center Sunnen Lounge.

Open House and Ice Cream Social

The Legal Studies Open House and Ice Cream Social will be held from 5 – 6 p.m. in the University Center’s Sunnen Lounge.

Students can meet Legal Studies faculty, gain information about law school, paralegal careers, and other careers in law. Students can also obtain information about study abroad opportunities in Leiden, The Netherlands, the hub of international law.

See this event on the University Events Calendar here.

Legal Studies Orientation

The Department is also hosting its annual Legal Studies Orientation on Wednesday, Sept. 24, 6- 8 p.m. in the University Center’s Sunnen Lounge. Food and drink will be provided for the event.

Orientation events include a welcome from Robin Jefferson Higgins, a panel discussion on the life of a paralegal, and brief presentations on legal ethics and restrictions for non-lawyers, Legal Studies study abroad in the Netherlands, internships, and the national honor society Lambda Epsilon Chi.

See the full schedule for orientation on the University Events Calendar.

About the Legal Studies Department

Webster’s Department of Legal Studies offers expert instruction from professors who are practicing attorneys and judges from every legal background. You’ll learn from judges with the Missouri Court of Appeals and St. Louis Circuit Court, from US attorneys and municipal attorneys, from criminal prosecutors and public defenders, from intellectual property lawyers and corporate attorneys.

Legal Studies students benefit from Webster’s downtown St. Louis campus, which is located upstairs from the Missouri Court of Appeals.

Webster’s global network also provides unique international law opportunities, such as the popular 1- to 4-week summer study programs in Leiden, the Netherlands, which put you near the seat of international law at The Hague.

For more information visit the Webster University Legal Studies Department website.


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