The SWAPLA caravan includes law fairs at major undergraduate institutions in Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. We hope that our law fairs make your recruiting travel easier and more productive, allowing you to see the greatest numbers of students possible at our respective institutions. Our students and pre-law advisors look forward to seeing you each fall. This year, the SWAPLA Caravan is pleased to partner with nine schools in three states, many of which are top law school feeders: UT (#4), TAMU (#9), Univ. of OK (#43), Texas Tech (#57) and UTSA (#83).

The SWAPLA Caravan no longer recommends specific hotels or provides bus transportation between schools. Traveling between cities can be done by air or car, or a combination of both.

For SWAPLA Part I, we recommend flying into Dallas/Ft. Worth area and using DFW area as a travel base. From DFW or DAL, you can drive to UT Dallas (30 min), UT Arlington (30 min), Baylor (1.75-2 hours) and University of Oklahoma (2.5-3 hours). You can also catch quick flights from DFW or DAL to Texas Tech (LBB) and Hendrix College (LIT). Another alternative to driving to OU is taking the VonLane, which is a bus that connects DFW to OKC (3-3.5 hours).

For SWAPLA Part II, we recommend flying into SAT for UTSA (30 min) and driving to TX State (1-1.5 hours). Reps may stay in San Marcos or continue driving to AUS (.75-1 hour). UT Austin to Texas A&M Univ. (1.75-2 hours). Texas A&M is a short drive to Houston (1.5-2 hours).

Questions regarding the caravan registration process should be directed to Caravan Coordinator, Hong Tran Escobar. Questions regarding caravan payment should be directed to SWAPLA’s Treasurer, Barbara Kirby We are excited to see you this fall!

Registration Deadline:
September 14, 2020

Please register early to help our site supervisors plan ahead and to avoid problems with late registration. When completing your registration form, be sure to select the number and which schools you plan to attend. Please do not select more or less schools that you plan to attend. If you are already registered and wish to add more: Contact Caravan Coordinator to add and pay for the additional school(s).

If you register for an event and are unable to attend for any reason, please notify the caravan coordinator at your earliest convenience. Refunds will not be issued for cancellations or changes after September 14, 2020.

Tentative 2020 SWAPLA Law Fair Caravan Dates and Locations

If you are a prospective law student, please contact the pre-law advisor at the school where the Law Fair is being held to find out more information on how to register. Law fairs are open to any prospective students.  You may also find out about the Law Fairs in your area by visiting LSAC’s Events page and sorting by region (for ex. select South Central and filter by Law Fair).

Shipping Material Information Forthcoming

Part I (Oct. 5-9)
M: Oct. 5 from 11:00a-2:00p – University of Texas at Dallas, Texas (tentative)
M: Oct. 5 from 4:00p-7:00p – University of Texas at Arlington, Texas (tentative)
Tu: Oct. 6 from 11:00a-2:00p – Texas Tech in Lubbock, TX (tentative)
W: Oct. 7 from 11:00a-2:00p – Baylor University in Waco, Texas (tentative)
Th: Oct. 8 from 11:00a-2:00p – Univ. of Oklahoma in Norman, OK (confirmed)
F: Oct. 9 from 11:00a-2:00p – Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas (confirmed)

Part II (Oct. 13-Oct. 15)
Tu: Oct. 13 from 11:00a-2:00p – UTSA at San Antonio, Texas (tentative)
Tu: Oct. 13 from 4:00p-7:00p – TX State in San Marcos, Texas (tentative)
W: Oct. 14 from 11:00a-2:00p – UT Austin, Texas (confirmed)
Th: Oct. 15 from 11:00a-2:00p – Texas A &M in College Station, Texas (confirmed)
S: Oct. 17 from 11:00a-4:00p – LSAC Forum in Houston, Texas (confirmed)

Please note:

  • Payment for the SWAPLA Caravan can be either through PayPal, Credit Card, or check.
  • SWAPLA’s W-9 Form can be found on SWAPLA’s website under Forms.
  • Please direct any payment related questions to SWAPLA’s Treasurer, Barbara Kirby.
  • Please direct all other caravan related (registration) questions to SWAPLA’s Caravan Coordinator, Hong Tran Escobar.