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Pre-Law

Master your understanding of legal fundamentals and techniques.

Want to fight for justice? Stevenson’s pre-law advising track selects courses which develop critical thinking and analytical skills among students. Many students find Stevenson University's legal studies program to be a natural choice, and many of our graduates attend law school to become lawyers.

Overview

Advising Area

Legal students can combine law classes with a series of designated liberal arts courses that develop critical thinking, writing, and analytical skills. Stevenson University has a dedicated pre-law advisor within the paralegal faculty who is an attorney and can guide students in LSAT preparation and law school admissions procedures. An upper-level law elective is available to help prepare students for the Law School Admissions Test.

Please note: Students identifying a pre-law advising track will also declare an academic major. Students do not earn a “Pre-law” degree. Students are encouraged to investigate the many majors that Stevenson has to offer across our six degree granting schools. Students unsure of their academic major should consult with a Deciding advisor in the Office of Student Success or utilize career exploration resources available through Career Services. 

Stevenson is proud of its recent graduates and what they have accomplished. Their success is reflected in the places where they have progressed to study law, such as those listed below:

  • Suffolk University
  • University of Baltimore School of Law
  • University of Maryland Baltimore
  • University of Maryland School of Law
  • William & Mary Law School

 

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