Workshops

MALSA Practice LSAT Exams

The UNM School of Law's Office of Admissions and Financial Aid and Mexican American Law Student Association (MALSA) administers a no-cost practice LSAT examination every fall at locations across New Mexico. These practice examinations are available to anyone interested in applying to law school and learning more about the LSAT exam process.

Testing Locations

Date City Location Room
Saturday, September 13, 2014 Albuquerque, NM University of New Mexico School of Law Room 2401
Saturday, November 1, 2014
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Statewide TBA TBA
Saturday, January 31, 2015 Albuquerque, NM University of New Mexico School of Law Room 2401

New Mexico High School Law and Advocacy Workshop (New Mexico LAW)

New Mexico LAW is designed to give high school students access to the UNM School of Law and the legal community. During the workshop, students will have the opportunity to meet with law students and attorneys to learn about life at law school and how the legal process works. Students will be given a tour of the law school and the law library, and will have the opportunity to observe mock trials conducted by law students. Additionally, students will hear from local attorneys about the practice of law in New Mexico. All high school students are welcome to attend.  New Mexico Law is conducted in the spring semester, and the 2013 date will be posted during fall semester.

MALSA Admissions Workshop

For prospective applicants who are in the final stages of completing their law school applications, the Mexican American Law Students Association, (MALSA) is offering an Admissions Workshop each spring. This is a great opportunity to get your personal statement reviewed by a MALSA member, connect with UNM law students, and ask questions of the UNM School of Law Admissions and Financial Aid Office. Check back next spring for more details.

Personal Statement Review

Submit your personal statement for review by one of our current students. Students will set up adequate time to provide feedback to law school applicants.