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Welcome to KU Law!

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Congratulations on your admission to the Class of 2020! On this site, you'll find many ways to connect with the KU Law community and navigate the start of your legal career at Green Hall.

REGISTER to attend Admitted Students Weekend April 7-8 in Lawrence.

VIEW last year's Entering Student Program schedule.

VISIT Green Hall. It's easy to schedule a tour anytime.

IMMERSE YOURSELF in the KU Law experience by reading the KU Law Blog.

CONTACT a Student Ambassador to get a student's perspective on life at KU Law.

FIND HOUSING. Locating housing in Lawrence is typically very easy. First, we host a Roommate Finder where you can post and respond to roommate requests. Second, we have posted links to apartment finding websites.

LEARN about life at KU Law and Lawrence by reading last year's Admitted Students Guide.

ENROLL NOW. Ready to join the Class of 2020? Please mail us the appropriate response card with your seat deposit check: summer starter | fall starter

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103 Green Hall
1535 W. 15th Street
Lawrence, KS 66045-7608

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