Experience Minnesota Law
Welcome to Minnesota Law!
Admitted Student Day
Join us for our premier admitted student day events! Experience Minneapolis, hear from faculty and students, network with alumni, and learn more about the transformative education at Minnesota Law. Details and registration can be found on the Admitted Student Day section of the admitted student website.
First Look Fridays (info sessions)
You've been admitted, and now you're ready to experience what it is like to be a student at Minnesota Law. We offer a variety of events that showcase our faculty, location, students, and curriculum. Here are the schedules:
Virtual sessions: 12:15pm-2:20pm CST over Zoom. Learn more about employment outcomes, next steps in the admissions process, talk to current students, and observe a 1L class.
In-Person session: 10:30am-2:20pm CST at the Law School. Learn more about employment outcomes, next steps in the admissions process, talk to current students, and observe a 1L class. You will also tour Mondale Hall and connect with professors, alumni, and current students during lunch.
Please note one guest is welcome to join you, and guests do not need to complete a separate registration.
Gopher Gatherings (informal virtual events)
Looking for a way to connect with Admissions or current students? Have a quick question or want to learn more about Minnesota Law? Join us on Zoom for informal admitted student events. All times are CST.
- The event schedule coming soon!
If you're unable to attend one of our Admitted Student Days or a First Look Friday event, you are welcome to take a tour of Mondale Hall with one of our current student ambassadors. To schedule an individual tour, please complete the Admitted Student Visit Request Form.
Explore Class Recordings
- International Human Rights Law with Prof. Ni Aolain (audio)
- Constitutional Law with Prof. Rozenshtein (video)
- 1L Civil Procedure with Prof. Erbsen (video)
Why Minnesota Law?
View videos produced by Minnesota Law students about what makes their experience at the Law School and in the Twin Cities unique.