Learn the art of negotiation. The pre-law concentration focuses on the issues that are most important for success in law school and a subsequent career in law.
Although the concentration is designed for students who plan to attend law school, it can also be effective for anyone who is interested in the many areas of business that involve contracts, negotiation and analytical skills. A combination of business and government courses prepares students for future careers as attorneys or as staff members in the legislature or legal departments.
In the fall of their senior year, prospective law school students should take the Law School Aptitude Test (LSAT). Students should take the LSAT by December for admission to law school the following fall semester. For more information on testing dates and sample exam questions, visit the LSAT website.