It’s never too late to start!
There is no single path that will prepare you for legal education. Students who succeed in law school and become successful professionals come from many different backgrounds and disciplines.
Georgia Southern University’s Pre-Law Scholars Society is designed for students seeking admission to law school or entering the legal professions.
Although students make their own plans, they are supported through counseling, law school application reviews, interactions with visiting law school deans and directors, and networking events.
The Pre Law Society’s mission is to “provide our pre-law students and alumni with up-to-date information about legal careers and the law school application process.” We offer one-on-one coaching and counseling by appointment and walk-in during the fall, spring, and summer semesters.”
Students can gain valuable experience related to law and legal issues by participating in an internship. Most law firms reserve internships for law school students, but they allow undergraduate law students in their offices to shadow opportunities.
“Whether you’re a scholar of criminal justice, history or even business, everyone is welcome to try out our club,” said pre-law society president Stormie Evans.