I'm visiting a law school next week and just received my itinerary. I have a half an hour meeting with one of the deans of admission. While I'm not stressed about this, I was wondering if anyone else has met with a dean during a law school visit, and what kinds of questions I should be prepared to answer. I'm thinking the meeting will include about 20-25 minutes of questions along the lines of, "Why law school?" "Why our law school?" "What kind of law?" "Where do you see yourself practicing?" "What activities outside of class do you see yourself participating in?" and 5-10 minutes of my own questions for the dean. Does this seem accurate?