Political Science offers pre-law advising to students of all majors. There is no specific "Pre-Law Major" program at OSU. Students wanting to be competitive candidates for admission to law school need to pursue undergraduate studies—in whichever major they choose—that teach them analytical thinking skills, critical thinking skills, logical reasoning skills, and writing skills. Please review the pre-law bulletin board in the Gilkey Hall 3rd floor hallway for information. The College of Liberal Arts also offers a Pre-Law guide through their website.

Pre-Law Advisor

Jason Tanenbaum
Oregon State University
301 Gilkey Hall
Corvallis, OR 97330
(541) 737-3663
E-mail: jason.tanenbaum@oregonstate.edu

Pre-Law Society

The Pre-Law Society is designed to promote pre-law educational opportunities at OSU and to assist OSU's pre-law students. The group promotes networking of community groups with campus organizations to share a common interest in the law and to exchange information and resources. All interested students, from all departments and pre-law programs at OSU, are encouraged to join this group. Political Science Professor Rorie Solberg serves as the Faculty Advisor for the Pre-Law Society.

Days and times of meetings change each term and are advertised in the Barometer. Click here to join the Pre-Law Society listserv to receive updates and information.

"We the People..."

 

To find our more about Pre-Law programs and organizations at OSU please visit:

Oregon State University Pre Law Society
http://groups.oregonstate.edu/prelawsociety/

OSU 3 + 3 Program
Oregon State University (OSU) / Willamette University College of Law (WUCL) 3+3 ProgramOre
http://www.willamette.edu/wucl/admission/apply/OSU3+3/index.html

Oregon State University Summer Pre Law Program
http://ecampus.oregonstate.edu/online-degrees/undergraduate/pre-law/

 

Law School Scholarships

The Dwyer Williams Potter Attorneys are offering a $1000 scholarship for students attending law school in 2014.  Applicants have to be graduates of a Oregon university and going to any accredited law school this fall. Further information, requirements, and the application can be found here: http://www.roydwyer.com/scholarship/.