One way for a law school to communicate with prospective applicants is to have webpage with an informative list of Frequently Asked Questions . Some, but by no means all, law schools with an impressiive FAQ are:
George Mason University
Suffolk University .
University of Alabama (In-State)
University of Alabama
UCLA School of Law Facts , UCLA Financial Aid
University of Colorado
University of Missiouri .
University of New Mexico
CLASS PROFILE. The University of Pittsburgh has the good idea of providing a Class Profile. Unfortunately, on July14, 2011, the 2009 Class Profile was the only profile given. The latest profile, and earlier profiles should be given.
The University of Alabama has the interesting idea of having two FAQs: one for In-state prospective students and one for Out-of-State prospective students.
Besides answering Frequently Asked Questions, there are other ways law schools can communicate to undergraduates. Let us know of your suggestions and let us know of law schools that do what you suggest (firstname.lastname@example.org). .