Pre-Law Advising at Rollins College
Olin library

 

The field of law touches every type of human endeavor.  Law schools desire students with broad intellectual interests, and select challenging courses. 

Pre-Law advising at Rollins exists for four reasons:  (1) to help students get admitted to an accredited law school, preferably to their first choice law school; (2) to counsel students with regard to every aspect of the law school application process; (3) to counsel students who are making graduate school and career choices, and who may be considering the study of law; and (4) to offer students legal internships before they make a final decision about attending law school.

Students are invited to schedule appointments as often as is reasonably necessary and to start the counseling early in the freshman year, preferably in the first week or two of classes.  You should make it a point to schedule appointments at least once or twice every year so that we can not only address your questions, but keep you abreast of new and changing law school admission information.  Parents are always welcome to attend meetings with you.