Pre-Law at McMurry

U.S. Supreme Court

Students interested in a legal career after completion of a bachelor’s degree are encouraged to pursue any academic major that interests them. Law schools do not recommend specific courses of study or any particular major. What law schools want are students who can think, write, and speak well and who have an understanding of the human experience. The Law School Admission Council recommends a “broad liberal arts curriculum” as the preferred preparation for a legal career. Admission committees want to see law school applicants rise to intellectual challenges by choosing academically rigorous courses. They are most likely to reject students who select non-challenging or narrow fields of study. Law schools encourage courses of study that demand strong reasoning and communication skills.

Contact Information

Dr. Paul Fabrizio
Profession of Political Scince
Pre-Law Advisor