Law schools do not require a particular major. Students should select a major that they are interested in, and take courses that are challenging. The best preparation for law school is to develop analytical skills, and reading and writing ability.
Applicants to law school must take the LSAT examination. A special non-credit mini-course is offered each semester to prepare students for the LSAT examinations. The Pre-Law Society sponsors lectures on admission to law school, the law school experience, and careers in the law. It also sponsors workshops to assist students in preparing their applications to law schools.
Interested students should contact the pre-law advising office well before their anticipated application to law school. Pre-law information is available on the bulletin board outside the academic offices in Lowenstein, room 924.
The pre-law adviser
45 Columbus Avenue