Wake Forest's Summer Pre-Law Program (Apply by May 31st)

Wake Forest’s Undergraduate Pre-Law Program is such a wonderful opportunity, it’s designed for anyone who wants to build a solid foundation in whatever career they pursue—not just for students who know they want to practice law.

The Undergraduate Pre-Law Program is a collaboration between the Law School and the Department of Communication. Taught by expert faculty members, courses focus on honing real-world skills, including problem solving, verbal communication, research, and the promotion of justice.

In addition, the program enables you to get a feel for what it’s like to be a law student, learn about the law school application process, take a field trip to a court and see the legal system in action, and much more. The program, which takes place over the summer, allows you to earn 6 credits.

To learn more about the Undergraduate Pre-Law Program, visit https://prelaw.law.wfu.edu/ or contact Bryan Ellrod at ellrodb@wfu.edu.

With dedicated and supportive faculty, hands-on learning experiences, the chance to meet attorneys and judges, and other opportunities, the Pre-Law Program offers you not only a way to gain exposure to the law, but the means to developing life-long skills. I hope you’ll consider this wonderful program.

More Information

For more information, contact:

Bryan Ellrod
Director of Pre-Law & Academic Counselor
Office of Academic Advising | Program for Leadership & Character | Interdisciplinary Humanities Wake Forest University

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