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The University of Maine at Farmington is set to present a talk by Maine Law Admissions Director Caroline Wilshusen from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, Feb. 13.

The talk, free and open to the public, will be held in Room 101 in Roberts Learning Center on Main Street.

Among the topics Wilshusen will discuss and take questions about are “Why law school?” “Why Maine Law?” how to prepare for the admissions process, and information on Maine Law’s new location in downtown Portland, according to a news release from April Mulherin, UMF associate director for media relations.

“We are excited to have director Wilshusen with us to discuss Maine Law and to inform individuals about law school as a career path,” said James Melcher, UMF professor of political science and pre-law advisor. “Maine Law — the only law school in Maine — has long been the top choice of our students. The success of their graduates, including Govs. Janet Mills and John McKernan, shows what a great job they do preparing lawyers to serve in Maine and beyond.”

For more information, contact Mulherin at 207-778-7081 or


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