Whether you are currently applying to law schools, intending to apply to law school in the future, or even wondering whether a career in the law might be the right path for you, we would love to meet with you. Click here to view a list of popular academic advising issues for pre-law students that you may wish to discuss when meeting with the Director of the Center for Pre-Law Advising.
Schedule an Appointment
To schedule an appointment to meet with Jamie Heisler Ibrahim, the Director of the Center for Pre-Law Advising, click here.
Walk-in pre-law advising is also available weekly on Wednesdays from 8:30-10:30 am and from 2-4 pm on the 1st floor of College Library (1209C Student Services Area).
Choosing Courses for Next Semester?
There are no specific classes that you need to take before applying to law school. However, the American Bar Association does recommend using undergraduate coursework in combination with extracurricular experiences to acquire certain skills and knowledge that can help prepare you for law school. The Center for Pre-Law Advising's Coursework Guide highlights the recommended skill sets/broad bodies of knowledge identified by the ABA and provides examples of UW-Madison coursework that could aid you in preparing for law school. Keep in mind that none of the courses suggested in the guide are required.
2014 Law School Fair
The Law School Fair is the largest pre-law event of the year. This next fair is scheduled for Thursday, September 18, 2014 from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. in Varsity Hall, Union South.
Letters and Sciences Pre-Law Website
Are you looking for the substantive pre-law content that was previously located at www.prelaw.wisc.edu? That information is still available and is extremely helpful to pre-law students. It is now hosted by Letters and Sciences at www.prelaw.ls.wisc.edu. Be sure to check it out!