Pre-Law Advising

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The Law School Advising Program’s mission is to inform students about the legal profession and about law school so students can make judicious, well-thought out decisions before undertaking a career in law.

Our program assists students, alumni, staff, and faculty who are contemplating a career in the legal profession. Through our workshops, and individual meetings, the Law School Advising Program helps prospective applicants navigate through information, complete application requirements, and make judicious decisions about pursuing a law degree.

Upcoming Events

Law Advising Workshop: Law School Basics

2/12/2014 @ 2:30 PM

The First Step to Exploring Your Interest in Law School and the Legal Profession (For Freshmen & Sophomores) - 2:30pm-3:30pm In this workshop students receive introductory information about pursuing their interest in law. The workshop covers selection of majors and courses with law school goals in mind, important skills to develop to prepare for law school, criteria for evaluating law school applicants, a typical law school curriculum, and 10 professional development steps to explore and prepare for the legal field.
Registration is Required.
 


Law Advising Workshop: Applications, Recommendations and Personal Statements (Juniors and Seniors)

2/12/2014 @ 3:30 PM

This workshop teaches juniors and seniors how to approach the application process. Using a sample timeline, students will learn how to plan the process. Strategies to acquire effective recommendation letters, using a professional approach and targeted materials, will be discussed. The importance of creating a theme for the applications and constructing a personal statement that demonstrates both aptitude and potential for legal studies will be offered. The workshop will also cover taking the LSAT, using the LSAC website, and researching law schools.
Registration is Required.

Law Advising Workshop: Law School Basics (Freshmen/Sophomores)

3/31/2014 @ 2:30 PM

In this workshop students receive introductory information about pursuing their interest in law. The workshop covers selection of majors and courses with law school goals in mind, important skills to develop to prepare for law school, criteria for evaluating law school applicants, a typical law school curriculum, and 10 professional development steps to explore and prepare for the legal field.

Registration is Required.

Law Advising Workshop: Applications, Recommendations and Personal Statements (Juniors and Seniors)

3/31/2014 @ 3:30 PM

This workshop teaches juniors and seniors how to approach the application process. Using a sample timeline, students will learn how to plan the process. Strategies to acquire effective recommendation letters, using a professional approach and targeted materials, will be discussed. The importance of creating a theme for the applications and constructing a personal statement that demonstrates both aptitude and potential for legal studies will be offered. The workshop will also cover taking the LSAT, using the LSAC website, and researching law schools.

Registration is Required.

Law Advising Workshop: Law School Basics (Freshmen/Sophomores)

4/10/2014 @ 2:30 PM

In this workshop students receive introductory information about pursuing their interest in law. The workshop covers selection of majors and courses with law school goals in mind, important skills to develop to prepare for law school, criteria for evaluating law school applicants, a typical law school curriculum, and 10 professional development steps to explore and prepare for the legal field.

Registration is Required.

Law Advising Workshop: Applications, Recommendations and Personal Statements (Juniors and Seniors)

4/10/2014 @ 3:30 PM

This workshop teaches juniors and seniors how to approach the application process. Using a sample timeline, students will learn how to plan the process. Strategies to acquire effective recommendation letters, using a professional approach and targeted materials, will be discussed. The importance of creating a theme for the applications and constructing a personal statement that demonstrates both aptitude and potential for legal studies will be offered. The workshop will also cover taking the LSAT, using the LSAC website, and researching law schools.

Registration is Required.



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