Preparing for Law School? Here are courses you should consider taking

Do you think law school might be in your future? There are certain courses that can help prepare you.

While there are no specific prerequisites, taking classes in American history and government, social science, statistics and data science, close reading and reasoning, and communications can develop essential skills for law school. Understanding the American legal system, social science arguments, statistics, close reading, and effective communication are valuable assets for future Logger lawyers, regardless of their undergraduate majors or interests. Read the full article here.

Don’t forget to take advantage of Puget Sound specific resources — like Pre-Law Advising and the Crime, Law, and Justice Studies Program.

By Maya Herran
Maya Herran Career Advisor; Instructor: Career Awareness (EXLN 101)