Welcome to Brown's Law Careers Advising!
Brown offers a wealth of support to students and alumni interested in the study and practice of law. One-on-one advising is available with our team of 3 academic deans and a faculty member. We support and organize events and programs about the application process, legal education, and law careers. Our main office is in the Pre-Professional Advising Center on the Ground Level the Hemisphere Building at 167 Angell Street (the building housing CareerLAB). We ordinarily also hold open hours in our main office, University Hall, and the Watson Institute. Since March 2020 all of our open hours and appointments are conducted through Zoom. Explore our website, use our reference library and visit us in open hours. We look forward to speaking with you about your interests in law school and the profession.
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Zoom Hours Fall 2020
- We will post our Zoom availability at the beginnig of the Fall 2020 term.
- Before speaking with one of the Law Careers advisors, please complete and submit our online Law Careers Advising Office Registration Form. You will then be added to our Law Careers Advising listserv, which provides timely information about events, law school deadlines, and opportunities in the field.
- If you need to contact Law Careers Advising in regard to your law school Dean Certification forms, please see the Contacts page.
|DAY||ADVISOR||TIME||ZOOM LINKS AND DETAILS|
|Mondays||Ari Gabinet||12pm - 2pm|
|Mondays||George Vassilev||1oam - 1pm||https://www.brown.edu/academics/college/academicadvisinghours|
|Tuesdays||Linda Dunleavy||2pm - 5pm||https://www.brown.edu/academics/college/academicadvisinghours|
|Thusdays||Ari Gabinet||1pm - 2:30pm|
We are glad to talk to all students and alumni about education and careers in law, whether you are just starting to explore the profession or preparing your law school applications. When we resume in-person meetings please bring your résumé and a draft of your personal statement to your meeting if you wish to discuss them. These documents will ensure a useful and productive meeting. As of March 16 we won't be available by appointment. Dean Zoom hours and email are the best ways to connect with us.
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