Choosing a law school is an important decision, and visiting is the best way to see if a school is right for you. Wake Forest Law is nestled in a corner of the 345-acre Reynolda Campus of Wake Forest University. The magnolia-flanked brick and limestone buildings border well-ordered quadrangles. The chapel, the main quad, the library, the dogwood trees and the playing fields all create a wonderful sense of community that you will feel from the day you first visit until the day you receive your diploma. We encourage you to come and see for yourself what makes Wake Forest Law so special. If you can’t make it to campus, there are other ways to experience Wake Forest Law.
On-Campus Information Sessions
Information sessions allow you to experience Wake Forest Law first hand. Sessions start with a presentation by an admissions officer, followed by a conversation with a current student. You will then have a chance to sit in on a first-year class after which you will be taken on a student-led tour of the law school. After the tour, admissions representatives will be available for questions not answered during the presentation.
Can’t make an information session? We’ll be happy to schedule an individual appointment for you. During these individual appointments, you’ll have an opportunity to tour the law school, chat with a current student, and meet with an admissions representative to answer any questions you might have. Schedule your appointment.
Recruiting in Your Area
While we hope you are able to visit the law school, you may also meet with us in your area. Please look at our recruiting calendar for more information.