APW is designed to ease your transition to law school by giving you an overview of the first-year experience and your professors’ expectations. You will also have an opportunity to meet your classmates and become familiar with the lay of the land before classes begin. We will introduce you to the key skills needed to succeed in law school such as critical reading, case briefing, legal analysis, and exam writing. While this program is not for credit, it is a valuable academic program and a great opportunity to start building key skills and a learning community.
APW will take place August 9–11, 5–9 pm each day.
Students need to bring their laptop, a notebook, and a writing utensil to class. No books are required.
Register by August 1st!
Students who took APW in previous years had this to say
“I thought it was a great way to be introduced to law school.”
“I feel like I have the building blocks for success before the first day of class.”
“I feel like I have a head start compared to those who did not take APW.”
“It was great to already have friends on the first day of school.”
“I feel better prepared for the first week of classes and beyond. I also feel I have a better insight in to how I need to study and read to be successful.”
“Excellent bird’s eye view of what to expect. Great advice and insight provided.”
Join us for this year’s APW!