Welcome to GSU Pre-Law!
Are you a pre-law student? That is, are you thinking about going to law school someday? Then you have come to the right place! This site provides information and resources to help you …
- make an informed decision about whether to go to law school;
- discover the type of legal career you will find most fulfilling;
- discover and join pre-law student groups on campus;
- hear about events and opportunities of relevance to GSU pre-law students;
- choose an academic course of study that will prepare you for success in law school and beyond;
- learn why it is important to seek internships and other experiential learning opportunities;
- learn what you should do during your freshman, sophomore and junior years to prepare yourself for one day getting accepted into a good law school;
- learn what you must do your junior and senior years to be successful in the law school admissions process;
- make an informed decision about where to go to law school; and
- find people on and off campus to go to for pre-law advice.
The page called “Get News,” is a blog where GSU pre-law news is posted. These blog posts include information about events and opportunities of relevance to GSU pre-law students. Another great way to receive important pre-law news on campus click on this link to join the GroupMe for CASA Pre-Law. CASA Pre-Law is GSU’s innovative centralized pre-law advising program. Specifically, CASA Pre-Law has three main declared goals: “1) help students discover whether the study and practice of law are a good fit for their academic, professional, and personal goals; 2) provide pre-law mentoring and opportunities that hone interests and keeps students on track toward successful law school bids and progressions; and 3) maintain a legal internship program through local and regional firms.”
Requests and suggestions for improving the site should be directed to Dr. Stephanie Kerce. Dr. Kerce is a member of GSU’s extended network of pre-law advisers. To learn more about that network, and ways, in general, to seek advice about law school and law careers, check out the page called “Get More Advice.”