Pre-Law at UConn is extremely flexible and customized to students’ strengths and interests. Students in every major at UConn can successfully prepare for law school. There is no set curriculum or course of study necessary for law school. UConn does, however, offer courses that may be helpful in preparing for the Law School Admissions Test and for a legal education in the future. As long as you strive to challenge yourself, are successful academically, and get involved on campus, you will be a competitive law school applicant.
If you’re considering applying to UConn, explore the Pre-Law Advising Office’s website to get a sense of what we do. You can get information about our past events, some of alumni, and our student groups.
If you’re applying as an incoming freshman, you may want to consider the Special Program in Law. The Special Program only accepts students who apply as freshman. The Special Program application must be submitted with the rest of the University admissions application. More information on the admissions process is available from Undergraduate Admissions. Information on the Special Program, including opportunities and requirements, can be found here.
Here is a list of schools where some of our recent graduates have matriculated: