Purdue Global Law School graduate in cap and gown speaking at a podium

Informational Webinars and Events

Purdue Global Law School hosts online information sessions for prospective law students throughout the year. Learn more about these webinars hosted by Dean Martin Pritikin and sign up to attend. You can also find information about upcoming and past events from the Distinguished Speaker Series.

Prospective Student Information Sessions

Learn more about Purdue Global Law School, our accreditation, and how to maximize the value of your legal education during live webinars held six times per year.

Upcoming Information Session

December 4, 2023

5:30 pm PT | 8:30 pm ET

  • Watch Dean Pritikin discuss the differences between the Juris Doctor (JD) and Executive Juris Doctor (EJD) programs and relevant career opportunities.

  • Meet one of our alumni and learn firsthand about the Purdue Global Law School student experience.

  • Participate in an interactive Q&A chat throughout the information session to address your questions about preparing for a legal career and the education needed.

Distinguished Speaker Series

Purdue Global Law School (formerly Concord Law School) hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series several times a year in which Dean Pritikin discusses emerging legal topics with prominent experts from across the U.S. California-licensed attorneys can receive Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) credit for attending these live webinars.

Past guests have included Illinois Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi, former Harvard Law School Dean Martha Minow, Becket Fund for Religious Liberty CEO and President Mark Rienzi, and faculty from the law schools at UCLA, USC, and Northwestern, among others.

Upcoming Webinar

thumbnail of Distinguished Speakers Series video

The Mind of a Serial Killer

November 14, 2023

12:00 pm PT | 3:00 pm ET

Dr. Joni Johnston, a prominent forensic psychologist and author, will address the psychology that drives someone to kill again and again. The discussion, hosted by Dean Martin Pritikin, will touch on what drives serial killers, why some get away with it for so long, and how they get caught.

Register for the Webinar

Past Event Recordings