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Pre-Law Student Advising

Uptown Campus
Freeman Auditorium, Woldenberg Art Center

In general, you should know that there is no single path to law school--no required major or particular pre-requisite coursework, etc. Instead, your undergraduate years should be used to develop a breadth of knowledge across many disciplines, as well as a depth of knowledge in a subject of interest to you, i.e. your major/minor. Law schools place value on particular skills, not necessarily specific content knowledge. Namely, law schools are looking for applicants with the following skills and attributes: Analytic/Problem-Solving Skills; Critical Reading Abilities; Writing Skills; Oral Communication and Listening Abilities; General Research Skills; Task Organization and Management Skills; and The Values of Serving Others and Promoting Justice. Come learn about how to develop these skills as an undergraduate and reach your goal of law school.


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