About Pre-law Advising
Pre-law advisors meet with students who are at different points of their journey. Advisors are here to support students in navigating the exploration, research, and process of applying to law school and considering other legal careers. Appointments can cover topics such as:
- General pre-law questions
- Choosing a law school
- Building skills for law school
- Undergraduate coursework
- Legal careers
- Application specifics and review
- Financing law school
- Credential Assembly Service (CAS)
UO pre-law advisors work with students on an appointment basis. Students can make appointments with an advisor through the Navigate app, or they can call their advisor’s office directly to schedule. Be sure to mention you would like to meet with a pre-law advisor when making your appointment. Phone appointments are available as well.
Other law-related support:
Undergraduate Legal Studies Minor
UO Law admissions specifics
UO’s pre-law advisors do not work for or represent the University of Oregon School of Law. Students interested in speaking with the Law School directly can reach out to UO Law School Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 541-346-3846.
3+3 Program through the Clark Honors College
The 3+3 Program allows eligible Honors College students to have their first year of UO Law School course work accepted as the final year of undergraduate study. Students interested in this program can check out the Clark Honors College website or contact the Honors College Director of Undergraduate Advising, Elizabeth Raisanen.