Students interested in a career in law got to talk to law school representatives from around Alabama and beyond.
“We have a lot of students that are interested in going to law school so we bring law schools to TROY,” explained Pre-Health Profession Advisor Janet Gaston.
Students were able to talk to representatives from different schools and find out what to expect if they were to attend there.
“They get a lot of good information about admissions, the types of law that they specialize in at those schools and how to apply,” Gaston said.
In addition to the law schools, representatives from the Troy University Accelerated Law Program were in attendance.
“They can go three years here and they can go to a partner university,” Gaston told TrojanVision. “They can go there or they can graduate with a degree and go to law school anywhere.”
According to Gaston, the career day not only gave students networking opportunities but also sharpened skills they can use later in their career.