The curriculum for a student interested in a law career is not prescribed. Any undergraduate major in the liberal arts will provide the necessary background to meet the expectations of law schools. Law schools seek students with well-developed analytic, communication, and interpretive skills. Courses in history, sociology, economics, political science, logic, English, mathematics, and philosophy are particularly helpful in providing such a background. 

Resources: 

Law School Admissions Committee

  • LSAC.org
    This resource is required for all applicants.

Preparation Sites

Contacts

Law Advisor

Alumnae

  • Alumni House -

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