Preparing for Law School

Although there is not a required pre-law curriculum, law schools look favorably at students who have developed and acquired certain skills including analytical and problem solving, critical reasoning, writing, oral communication, and research. When selecting courses, jobs and activities pursue opportunities that interest you. Explore and learn more about your general interests, convictions, and values.

Spend your time at Wesleyan wisely. Build strong relationships with faculty members and staff who may later write you letters of recommendation. Look for pre-law related events and opportunities on Handshake