‘What should I major in to get into law school?’ This is usually the first question students ask. The fact of the matter is that law schools will tell you it does not matter. In shaping their classes they look for all backgrounds. So what should you do?
Participate in the CU Pre Law Society
Every year a number of Concordia graduates go on to law school and become attorneys. To better prepare students for this experience, the CU Pre Law Society was established. Through a generous grant from the Law Firm of Miller Nash LLP, Portland Office, we are able to afford students the opportunity to visit two law schools a year to learn first hand about law school, to visit a law firm, to attend law lectures at near by law schools, and to take advantage of a growing introduction to law school library. Personal one-on-one advising, however, is the hallmark of our program.
To learn more about law school, becoming an attorney, and participating in the CU Pre Law Society, contact Professor Dave Albrecht in Centennial Hall 208 (ext. 6321).