The study of law is a rewarding and challenging endeavor, yet it is also a decision that should not be made lightly. It is a pursuit that should be followed only after careful evaluation of one's personal and professional goals and an understanding of the realities of the practice of law. Aside from the glamour of television shows and other media, the legal studies field is diverse in nature and requires many different kinds of talents. 

Pre-Law Resources:

Honors College Pre-Law Handbook (PDF)

Law School Preparation and Timeline

Law Schools in North Carolina

Course of Interest for Pre-law

Free Pre-Law Webinar Recordings

If you missed the free webinars presented by Michigan State Law in the Fall 2013 semester, you can still view the recordings.  Great information was presented by legal experts in different areas.  Click on the following links to access each topic:

Expert Advice for Writing Your Law School Personal Statement

Crafting Your Law School Personal Statement

Developing a Financial Plan for Law School

Cracking the LSAT

Tips for Strengthening Your Law School Admissions Application

Phi Alpha Delta (PAD)

This is a professional law fraternity composed of pre-law students here on campus that provides a network to resources and informational events on campus.  All students interested in attending law school should join this organization.  Membership can come with discounts on test prep courses as well as other benefits.  Visit to learn more.  If you are interested in joining ASU's chapter, please email PAD Secretary, Brittany Stroupe at 

Snell & Wilmer LSAT Diversity Scholarship

The Fellowship for Advancement and Resources (FAR) is a holistic pipeline initiative demonstrating Snell & Wilmer's (law firm with offices in multiple states) persistent and unwavering commitment to matters concerning diversity and inclusion in the workplace and legal profession. FAR attempts to address, if not eliminate, several challenges students with diverse backgrounds face in becoming successful lawyers. Individuals who are accepted into the FAR program, or "Fellows," will receive multiple incentives at key junctures of their education and will maintain contact with an assigned Snell & Wilmer attorney ("Mentor") over the course of the fellowship. The goal of the program is to assure that each Fellow develops into a successful lawyer.

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