IU McKinney Hosts Online Chats with Dean, Current Students
The Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law has hosted two video chat sessions for those interested in attending law school. Dean Andrew Klein has been a part of both sessions, along with current students and administrative deans who answered questions from online participants.
The first chat was January 28 and featured questions from interested students on everything from LSAT scores to the typical class size at IU McKinney. Students participating in that chat with Dean Klein and Assistant Dean for Admissions Patricia Kinney, ’02, were Brigitte Collier and Barath Raman.
During the second chat on February 19, prospective students asked about how much students were allowed to work while attending law school, and what sorts of career opportunities are available to those with a law degree. Students participating with Dean Klein during that event were Julian Stephenson (far left) and Jessica Hockemeyer (center). Assistant Dean Chasity Thompson, ’02, of the Office of Professional Development (career services) also took questions from the online audience.
Anyone interested in learning more about the law school and what IU McKinney has to offer is invited to contact the Office of Admissions.