The Pre-Law Advising program provides guidance and resources to students so they can make informed choices about whether and how to pursue a career in law. The program encourages students at all class levels to engage with members of the faculty to explore their interests in legal issues and/or a career in law. Working closely with faculty, alumni, and Career Services, the Office of Advising and Co-curricular Programs provides programming designed to help students learn about legal issues and legal careers, as well as how to prepare for and apply to law school.
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A series of programs offered throughout your four years at Lafayette College are aimed at helping you get information critical to your law school application process.Learn more about the program
Students are encouraged to take full advantage of the many resources made available to them; first among these are faculty advisors.Learn how faculty advising can help you.
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