- Academic Information
- Sophomore Honors Award
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- Honors Summer Fellowship
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Legal issues touch every aspect of our lives. As a result, the profession is incredibly broad and there is no single set of classes, majors or internships that are necessary to prepare for law school.
- See the American Bar Association’s (ABA) comments on undergraduate education paying particular attention to the section mentioning "Core Skills, Values, Knowledge, and Experience."
Applying to Law School
- The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) manages the application process for nearly all U.S. law schools, administers the LSAT and provides valuable LSAT prep resources. You should familiarize yourself with the LSAC website.
- LSAC Law School Forums provide virtual and in-person opportunities to learn about law schools and connect with law school representatives.
- AccessLex provides a wide range of virtual information events including financing your legal education, selecting law schools and general application information.
- View the Canvas tutorial “Personal Statements 101" created by the Newnan Academic Advising Center.