A formal advising program for students interested in pre-law is coordinated by the Pre-Law Advisor, Peter Ubertaccio. There is no required academic program for pre-law students.
Students interested in attending law school can meet with student pre-law advisors during their first two years to discuss their curricular choices and preparing for the law school admissions process.
Third- and fourth-year students can enroll in the Martin Institute’s LSAT review course and work directly with the pre-law advisor on law school admissions. Seniors are expected to enroll in the Pre-law Advising seminar which meets in the fall semester.