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Prelaw at Radford
The goal of the Prelaw Program is to provide students with a unique and engaging introdcution to the law. The program focuses upon three areas:
- Failitating preparation for the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT).
- Radford is unique in that it offers students the opportunity to apply for LSAT Prep Course Awards, which may be used to pay for a LSAT Prep Course of the student's choosing.
- The Prelaw Program also includes annual advising sessions to answer a variety of questions, inlcuding selecting a law school, navigating the law school application process, and financing law school.
- The Prelaw Program is not a formal major or minor.
- The program includes a carefully selected series of courses from a variety of departments, providing students with a broad introduction to the law by leveraging faculty expertise in: Business, Criminal Justice, Philospohy / Logic, Political Science, as well as many other fields.
- Coursework includes experiential learning, such as mock trial and moot court courses in Radford's new courtroom.
- 3+3 Program with George Mason University: This innovative program allows Radford students to complete three years of undergraduate study at Radford before transferring to GMU's Law School for the final three years needed to complete both a bachelor's degree from Radford and a law degree from GMU. This reduces the time to graduate with a bachelor's degree and law degree by one year.
- Prelaw Society: This new organization brings together students and the community for an annual series of events focusing upon timely issues in the law. Past speakers have included a former Chief Justice for the Virginia Supreme Court and a U.S. District Court and FISA Judge.
Contact your Prelaw Advisor for more information and to be added to the prelaw email list:
Dr. Luke William Hunt, Department of Criminal Justice: email@example.com