Recruiting Information & Visits
- Can I request a Viewbook to learn more about your programs?
- Can I visit the law school?
- Do you host information sessions outside the United States?
- Can I contact faculty to discuss my interest in Penn Law?
Can I request a Viewbook to learn more about your programs?
A new version of the Viewbook is in the works. You can view the 2015 version here. However, please note some of the information is out of date.
Please note that this Viewbook is for Penn Law’s Graduate Programs. A separate Viewbook is available for the JD Program.
Can I visit the law school?
Absolutely! We encourage prospective students who are able to travel to Philadelphia to visit the Law School and take a self-guided tour of our newly renovated facilities. Simply come to the Law School and, at the entrance, say that you are an LLM applicant wishing to take a self-guided tour. You will be directed to the Office of Graduate Programs where you can pick up a map and other materials and then tour the Law School at your leisure. Please note: Self-guided tours are unavailable during final exams, December 12 – December 22 and April 25 to May 5.
If you cannot make it to campus, you can take a virtual tour.
Unfortunately, it is not always possible to meet individually with prospective students. However, if you plan to visit, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try have someone available to welcome you to the school. Please note that we do not conduct interviews and that these brief meetings are for informational purposes only.
Do you host information sessions outside the United States?
Can I contact faculty to discuss my interest in Penn Law?
No, we ask that applicants do not contact faculty in regards to the admissions process. Please direct your inquiries directly to Graduate Programs.