Pre-Law at Michigan
The College of Literature, Science, and the Arts has no official prescribed Pre-Law major or program. This position is consistent with advice that we have repeatedly received from law school deans and it is reiterated by the American Bar Association. We encourage students to pursue a challenging undergraduate program that fosters critical thinking, logical reasoning and effective writing. Your academic efforts should be enriched by extracurricular activities that promote awareness of a broad range of social issues, develop your leadership skills and challenge you to creatively and collaboratively solve problems. We look forward to working with you as you pursue your goal of attending law school.
Career options and job prospects.
Curriculum planning and skills essential to the study and practice of law.
Preparing is about more than academics.
Timelines and Key resources.
Cost of attendance, repayment options and budget tools.
Data on applicants nationwide and data specific to U-M applicants.
Major Minor Expo for 2014
Department: Newnan LSA Academic Advising Center
Date: 03/12/2014; 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Location: Michigan Union Ballroom
- Why the Liberal Arts?
- Academic Calendar
- Courses & Registration
- Knowing the Expectations for Your Degree
- Choosing a Major
- Transferring Credit
- Cross-Campus Transfers