Representatives from Kentucky, Indiana schools to participate
OWENSBORO, Ky. (Oct. 14, 2015) — Brescia University will host their annual Law School Fair from Oct. 21-22. Representatives from Indiana University, Bloomington, Southern Indiana University Carbondale, University of Kentucky, University of Louisville and Northern Kentucky University are participating.
Each college will have representatives on site to present information regarding their institution’s law degree program. In addition to a presentation and question/answer session, individuals will also have the opportunity to hear from an all-star panel of professionals from the Owensboro legal community who discuss working in the legal profession and answer questions.
“With representatives from five different law schools, as well as an outstanding panel of local judges and attorneys, this year’s Law School Fair will be the largest event of its kind in Owensboro,” said Dr. Allen Gehring, Brescia University Assistant Professor of Philosophy. “Beyond the sheer size of this event, another unique thing about this fair is the audience that it is designed for. Not only are students already interested in the legal profession going to have a tremendous opportunity to network with a variety of legal professionals, but students that are unsure of their career path are welcomed to attend as well. The hope is that students unsure of their careers goals will have the opportunity to explore whether the legal profession is right for them.”
Brescia will also host a Grad School Day on Oct. 28 that will feature Bellarmine University, Campbellsville University, Eastern Kentucky University, Lindsey Wilson College, Murray State University, Union College, University of Louisville Kent School of Social Work and Western Kentucky University. A representative from Brescia University’s Graduate School will also be in attendance.
For more information on the Law School Fair contact Dr. Gehring at [email protected] or call 270-686-4328.
For more information on the Graduate School Fair contact Sarah Jackson at [email protected] or call 270-686-4268.