Pre-Law Opportunities and Events
Universities across the country host law school fairs that are open and free to the public.
UC San Diego and USC will be hosting law school fairs throughout the months of October and November, 2016. Follow this link for more information.
This competitive program sends students to Washington D.C. for a quarter to intern and study at the nation's capital. UCDC is offered Fall, Winter, and Spring; Juniors and Seniors are given preference. Follow this link for more information. For addition information contact the UCSC coordinator Marianna Santana at email@example.com or 831-502-7307.
UCCS - UC Center Sacramento
UCCS Policy Program sends UC students to the state's capital for a quarter every Fall, Winter, and Spring. The program includes coursework (up to 16 quarter units) as well as professional experience while living, interning, and attending classes in Sacramento. Students intern 24hrs/week for credit as well as take 1-2 additional courses. Follow this link for more information and to apply
Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity at UCSC
Phi Alpha Delta International is a co-ed professional fraternity with the purpose of helping students make informed decisions about law school and to learn the in's and out's of the application process. Phi Alpha Delta will be accepting new members throughout the year. Please contact Noah Gonzalez, President, for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information check out the International Headquarters Website.
LEAD at UCSC
LEAD is a pre-law organization dedicated to empowering underrepresented students from diverse backgrounds by preparing them with the resources necessary to enter law school. These resources include LSAT test prep materials, legal internships, law school application workshops and campus tours.
For more info on the group please email email@example.com.
This website offers great resources to students interested in law school. With access to experts, inspiring stories about law school graduates, answers to frequently asked questions, and more, DiscoverLaw.org provides students with resources, tips, and tools on how to become a competitive law school applicant. Sign up today for access to these free resources!
Law School Numbers is an interactive database designed for Law School Applicants, by Law School Applicants. The site has two main goals: 1) store an individual's progress in the application cycle and 2) aggregate sitewide information for access by current and future applicants. Lawschoolnumbers allows you to enter and display your individual stats for friends and family, as well as search aggregated sitewide statitisics by GPA, LSAT, and school.
MSU College of Law - Webinars
Watch these webinars presented by numerous prelaw advisors and law school admission representatives on a variety of prelaw topics.
- "Exploring and planning for law School for 1st and 2nd Year Students"
- "Law School 101: Insight from Current Law School Student"
- "Legal Education and the Future of law"
UC Davis KHOP Summer Session
If you are a current sophomore or junior, UC Davis School of Law hosts a free 5 day workshop over summer, intended for students from under represented communities. The no-cost program consists of a series of full-day Saturday presentations and workshops, and a Friday visit to the Sacramento Superior Court, during the summer.The 2016 KHOP Summer Session will be held mid-July to early-August. Follow this link for more information and to apply.
UC Davis King Hall Outreach Program
Hosted at UC Davis law school, a 4-8 week law school preparation program. To apply must be enrolled in 4 year institution and have 2 years before graduating (aimed at sophomores going into junior year). Must have 3.0 at least. No fee to apply or take program. Just pay for living costs. Participantes aren’t allowed to work or take other classes during the program. To find out more information click here.
Prelaw Undergraduate Scholars Program
The PLUS prelaw program is targeted, but not restricted, to college students from racial and ethnic minority groups underrepresented in the legal profession. It consists of a 4 week program over the summer, different law schools participate each summer. To find out which law schools are particpating and application deadlines follow this link.