Visit Emory Law
We invite prospective students to visit campus to see what Emory Law has to offer.

JD Tours

Join us for a campus tour and information session. Schedule a visit »

Beginning the week of August 22, 2016, The Office of Admission will be providing an Information Session every Tuesday and Friday during the Fall.

  • Tuesdays at 1:30 p.m.
  • Fridays at 10:00 a.m.

The Information Session will include a talk with The Office of Admission, a classroom observation, and a tour of the law school. If you are unable to attend the information session on Tuesday or Friday, please indicate the specific date and time that you are available in the comments section. Our office is open Monday through Friday 8:30am until 5:30pm. We look forward to you visiting Emory Law!

Please note there are no class observations available after November 15, 2016 until the Spring semester resumes on Jaunary 3. The Office of Admission will be closed on November 24th, November 25th, December 23rd, December 26th, December 30th, and January 2nd. 

Students interested in the Accelerated JD for Foreign-Trained Lawyers degree program are also welcome to schedule individual consultations »

JM, LLM, and SJD Tours

Students interested in our JM, LLM, and SJD programs are welcome to join us for a tour of Emory Law or an individual consulation via Skype or telephone with one of our graduate admission officers about your program of interest.

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Schedule an individual consultation »

Emory University's iconic gates

Planning Your Visit

Emory Law is located on Emory University’s main campus in the suburban Atlanta neighborhood of Druid Hills. The campus is approximately a 15-minute drive from the downtown, midtown, and Buckhead areas. If traveling from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, plan on at least a 30 minute trip by car. MARTA, Atlanta’s mass transit system, provides regular bus service and several train stations near campus. Learn more about travel and dining options »

Atlanta, Midtown

Exploring Atlanta

For those who want a comprehensive introduction to Atlanta, we can suggest two options:

We also recommend visiting the Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau website for an extensive traveler's guide to the city.