It’s time to get excited for Spring courses! Each semester we receive many questions from pre-law students regarding courses helpful in preparation for law school in advance of course registration. To assist in this process, Pre-Law Advising has made a helpful chart with suggested classes pre-law students might find useful and interesting in planning and exploring a legal education.
In general, students interested in going to law school should take classes that focus on analytical and critical thinking, communication, research and writing, and when possible – legal topics of interest. The recommended course list includes classes from many different disciplines that might serve one, or more, of these goals. Take a look at the chart to find courses that are both interesting to you and will help build the necessary skills for law school.
October is here and that means recruitment events, LSATs, application drafting, and more! As the admission cycle continues in full swing, we wanted to provide some tips and reminders for this month for all our UIUC applicants!
Welcome home to ILLINOIS! Pre-Law Advising Services (PLAS) is excited to welcome you (back) to campus! As we begin the first week of classes, we wanted to share a few beginning-of-semester items for a successful start to the academic year!
Welcome to our pre-application tip series. July marks an important point in pre-application preparations. By July, many applicants have either recently sat for the 1st LSAT or will be doing so in the upcoming weeks while also taking other active steps to prepare for the upcoming application cycle. To assist in your efforts, below are a few tips and recommendations for this phase of the pre-application series.