Complete a Pre-Law Certificate Program | Pre-Law Undergraduate Certificate
The pre-law certificate prepares students from any major for success in law school and provides guidance throughout the law school admission process. You’ll explore the philosophy of law and dive deep into the core aspects of ethics, legal writing and correspondence, and the American legal system.
The completion of a broad-based set of liberal arts courses during undergraduate studies can provide a solid foundation for attending law school. Our pre-law certification builds upon that foundation and assures that you possess a strong grasp of core and complementary skills as recommended by the American Bar Association, including problem solving, critical reading, writing, communication, research, organization and public service.
Whether you choose a career in politics, advocacy or constitutional law, the pre-law certificate can help you build a successful career in the legal field.
Study at Urbana U – A Great Choice to Study Pre-Law
When you study pre-law at Urbana, you’re making an investment in your career and your future as a lawyer. Urbana offers a small community of loyal, determined professors who are eager to challenge you to go deeper.
Urbana’s small class sizes are a huge benefit to pre-law certificate students. The intimate yet challenging learning environment brings you the opportunity to get one-on-one guidance and support from professors who have spent years in the field.
Additionally, your pre-law advisor will work with you during your law school search, helping to direct your applications to appropriate institutions at appropriate times.
Meet Professor Ryan Enlow | Pre-Law Faculty Spotlight
Professor Enlow has taught in a range of various educational environments and topics, ranging from U.S. Constitutional Law to Middle East Policy. Professor Enlow places “increasingly high regard toward: each student’s retention, creative assessment and the utilization of cutting-edge classroom technology through a malleable and dynamic approach.”
- Analytic/Problem solving skills
- Critical reading
- Writing skills
- Oral communication/listening abilities
- General research skills
- Task organization/management skills
- Public service and promotion of justice
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