Visiting the Northwestern Law campus may be the most important thing you can do to help you decide whether our school is right for you. In order to make your visit to Northwestern as informative as possible, we invite you to take a tour of our buildings and visit one of our first-year or upper-level classes.
Student-guided tours are given on Mondays and Fridays at noon, while fall and spring classes are in session. Student-led tours usually begin two weeks after classes start each semester. If you plan to visit early in the semester, please contact the Admissions Office to confirm if a tour will take place while you are visiting. While classes are not in session, self-guided tours are available. View the Academic Calendar to see when classes are in session.
Prospective students may sit in on almost any class available at the Law School during the fall and spring semesters. Classes are in session everyday on a variety of topics. Please consult the class schedule* to see what will be available the day of your visit. As a courtesy, when you visit a class, we ask that you inform the professor beforehand that you are a visitor so you do not get called on by mistake.
*The following classes are NOT available for viewing: Accounting for Decision Makers; Advanced Electronic Legal Research; Advanced Legal Communication; Clinic; Communication and Legal Reasoning; Cross-Cultural Negotiation; Finance; Legal Analysis; Mathematical Methods for Management Decisions; Mergers and Acquisitions; Negotiation; Practicum; Trial Advocacy; Trial Team.
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Before you visit Northwestern Law, we ask that you complete a visitation request. If you are visiting as an individual, please complete our visitation request form. If you would like to schedule a visit for a large group (five or more people), please complete our large group visitation request form instead.