2022 LSAC LLM Law School Forum

Hosted by the Law School Admission Council

Join us September 16, 2022 online

Looking to further your legal education?

An LLM, law-related master's degree, or legal certificate program could be the next step for you. Attend the LSAC LLM Law School Forum for a free opportunity to meet with admission representatives from law schools throughout the country. Admission reps will be eager to talk personally with you about the benefits of these programs and the application process for both U.S. and internationally trained candidates.

What To Expect During the Digital Law School Forum


Exclusive Education

Visit the auditorium and watch an informational session.

Got a burning question? Join in and ask our speakers.


Meet Admission Representatives

Chat with exhibitors in groups or request a private chat, video, or phone call.


Easy-to-Use Platform

Simply log in, click into one of the color-coded exhibit halls, and the exhibitors will be there waiting. You can access the platform through your computer, mobile device, or tablet.


Collect Important Resources

Found a video or brochure you want to save? Download it to your online swag bag and email it to yourself to review later.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. Registering for the Digital Law School Forums is easy. Simply log into your free LSAC account, then click the Register button associated with each forum you wish to attend. (You’re welcome to attend as many forums as you like, but please register for each one. Note: This page will be used for the September LSAC Digital Law School LLM only Forum.) Once you’ve reviewed the Forum Registration form, click Register again to complete the process.
Creating your LSAC account only takes a few moments, and it is completely free.
If you’re interested in pursuing an LLM, master’s degree, or legal certificate, you will want to create an LLM & Other Law Programs account.
Learn more about the different types of law degree programs.
Once you’ve created an account, you can go ahead and register for the Digital Law School Forums.