The Office of Undergraduate Research and Student Support Services offers services to assist you in applying to law school. These services complement the academic advising you receive in the department of your major or advising office.
Selecting a law school must be a well thought-out and researched decision. In selecting a law school, students should examine their individual priorities and consider the following factors: Where can I get in? How much will it cost? What is the location? What is the size? What is the reputation of the law school? What special programs are offered? What joint degree programs are offered? What are the job opportunities when I graduate? These, along with a host of other considerations, are important factors that will ultimately determine which law school you will attend.
For help in answering the the above questions, please consult the on-line Pre-Law Manual. Confidential advising appointments are available by calling 284-4641 for all School of Business students.. Please be sure to register with our office so we can keep you informed of upcoming events. The Pre-Law advising office will sponsor many informational events throughout the year.
Dr. Elisah B. Lewis
Undergraduate Research and Student Support Services
The Office of Undergraduate Research and Student Support Services provides a variety of services to all School of Business students interested in attending law school. In order to take advantage of the services listed below, come to 104 Merrick and complete a Pre-Law registration card.
For an appointment call 284-4641, or stop by 104 Merrick. Pre-Law services include:
- Pre-Law Counseling: confidential advising in preparation for law school (i.e. application process, general information, discussion of your concerns)
- The Pre-Law Manual: everything you want to know about applying to law school
- A library of law related videotapes, law-related books, and careers in law information sheets
- LSAT and LSDAS registration information (for seniors)
- Maintenance of records and statistics: Where do UM Students go to Law School?
- Information about programs for Pre-Law students such as the ABA-LSAC Miami Forum which is held in Miami each September
- Programs and seminars in coordination with other University of Miami departments such as: School of Law Admissions and Recruitment, School of Law Career Planning Center, School of Law Center for Ethics and Public Service, and the Toppel Career Planning Center