WSU pre-law students have access to a catalogue of resources, live events, workshops, interactive conversations with career and law experts, and more. Good planning for admission to law school begins with the decisions you make in the first semester of college. Contact one of the counsellors listed below as soon as possible after the start of university courses. You will receive support in creating a study plan that suits your interests and needs. In this way, you will build a network of resources that will make the law school application process a good experience in your first year. The Pre-Law Handbook is published annually by the Association of American Law Schools and the Law School Admission Council. This volume deals with pre-legal education and other requirements for law school and admissions. The WSU Pre-Law Resource Center (PLRC) welcomes students from all majors and backgrounds who want to learn more about the law school admissions process, legal education, or the legal profession. The centre offers one-on-one counseling, LSAT digital preparation materials, law school admission resources, articling and mentorship opportunities, and public programs on the legal profession. The Pre-Law Resource Center is a community of over 350 students in 20 different majors and all 5 campuses. Registering with a pre-law student gives you access to a variety of resources and events and the community of fellow students pursuing the same goal.

To express your interest, click on the Alive icon to fill out the form or send an email The WSU Pre-Law Resource Center offers students a range of support in all majors, including personalized advice on successful admission to law school, and unique networking and mentorship opportunities with former and other lawyers. Contact to make an appointment with Dr. Cornell Clayton or a peer advisor. Three programs in the College of Arts and Sciences offer a pre-law degree option. Each degree program meets the basic requirements for admission to law school while providing students with opportunities for development: Wichita State University and KU Law School jointly operate the LEAD program, which allows Wichita State students to enroll in KU Law School upon successful completion of the three-year undergraduate program. More information is available here. If you would like to be included in the Pre-Law Resource Centre page, please identify yourself as a Pre-Law to your usual academic advisor. Emphasizes logic and ethics to develop the reasoning skills necessary to deal with the variety of problems encountered in the study and practice of law. Alternatively, your first contact may be with one of the academic advisors at the Liberal Arts and Sciences Advice Center, located in Grace Wilkie Hall, Room 115.

You can also contact the LAS Advice Center at 316-978-3700, option 2. Highlights the historical evolution of law and the role of legal evolution in structuring the social, political and economic structure of the modern world. Available for all locations and locations, online or in person when available. While law schools have traditionally encouraged students to pursue a broad humanities education before studying law, law schools do not require students to study in any particular discipline or take specific undergraduate courses. Almost all majors are acceptable, and law schools do not have a checklist of preferred “law preparatory courses.” Most law school applicants have completed a traditional liberal arts program; The second largest group of law school applicants comes from business schools. Humanities students should take courses at the College of Business, especially economics and perhaps a year of accounting. Conversely, economics students should work outside of their major in traditional humanities courses. Prospective law students should consider the following: Expert advisors from the Pre-Law Resource Center are available to help WSU students navigate the application and admission process in each major and become outstanding candidates for law school.