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CU in Pre-Law to offer information on how to prepare for a career in the legal field

What do law schools look for in potential Juris Doctorate students? Those who have a comprehensive baccalaureate education that includes coursework encompassing effective communication, persuasion, research, exposure to the law, critical thinking and more. CU in Pre-Law will highlight how a Cameron University bachelor’s degree program, such as Political Science or History, partnered with a minor in Pre-Law, can pave the way to admission to law school or a career in the legal field. The virtual session takes place on Thursday, April 28, from 5:30 to 7 p.m.

To register and receive a secure Zoom link, go to https://www.cameron.edu/social-sciences/events. For more information, contact Lance Janda, chair of the CU Department of Social Sciences, at lancej@cameron.edu or call 580-581-2499.

The information session will cover taking the LSAT, applying for law school, the value of internships, and how students can best prepare for law school while still an undergraduate. Faculty members from various academic disciplines will be on hand, as will CU graduates who will discuss how a Cameron degree prepared them for law school.


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