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CLA Pre-Law Advisor: Clara Martinez
CLA students will have the opportunity to meet with the pre-law advisor to discuss exploring law and/or law schools, the process of applying to law schools, and resources available to pre-law students.
Pre-law advising is not offered via drop-in advising. Students must schedule an appointment. Please see below for the types of pre-law advising appointments available to students.
The following is not covered through pre-law advising and you are encouraged to connect with Career Services.
The university does not have any of those three options, but in a pre-law advising appointment we can discuss how you can incorporate your law interests into your studies.
Law schools do not require students to be a specific major to apply. I encourage you to select a major you will excel in.
Law schools do not have prerequisite course you need to take.
Some law schools have additional application requirements, but the schools will always ask for a personal statement, all college level transcripts, 1-2 letters of recommendation, resume, and your LSAT score.