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Law School

Bradley’s pre-law program, with guidance from the Center for Legal Studies, helps you choose your path to law school. Because law schools don’t require a particular academic degree, you can choose any major at Bradley University to qualify for admission to law school. The director of the Center for Legal Studies, specifically works with students individually in preparing for law school including selecting courses, arranging internships, making applications, writing personal statements and choosing law schools. The Center for Legal Studies uniquely focuses upon LSAT preparation. The Center for Legal Studies embraces the need for the student to score competitively on the law school admission test by providing a practice exam that is professionally scored and meeting individually to prepare a study plan for the LSAT.

LSAC.ORG is the official link used for information on the LSAT and law school application process.