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Winter Open House | January 11, 2018

Want to get a true sense of life at KU Law? Want to hear from alumni about how KU Law prepared them for a career in law?

Attend our Winter Open House on Jan. 11 in Kansas City to learn more about the people, the program and the possibilities of KU Law. We'll be hosting the event at the law offices of Husch Blackwell, one of Kansas City's leading law firms.

The main program will run from 5 – 7 p.m. You may also join us from 4:15 – 5 p.m. for a special in-depth session on how to finance a legal education.

Get more information and register online

Green Hall Intersession Visits

We are currently between semesters, which means that although visitors may sign up for a tour of Green Hall and a conversation with an admissions staff member, class visits and student-led tours are not available until the spring semester begins on January 16, 2018. While visitors are always welcome, you may prefer visiting during the spring semester so you can gain the full benefit from your visit.

If you would like to schedule a visit before January 16, please contact the Office of Admissions at or 866-220-3654 (toll-free). To schedule a visit for the spring semester, please complete the form below. Visits will be available Monday through Friday beginning January 16 and ending April 18. Please note that visits will not be available March 19-23.

No visits available March 19-23. The last day for spring class visits is April 18.

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