Pre-law

Students interested in pursuing a legal education are encouraged to attend Graceland. Accredited law schools in the United States require a bachelor’s degree for admission. They seek students who can analyze problems critically, who can reason logically, and who can clearly express themselves both in writing and aloud. Law schools admit students from a very broad range of majors. The intensity and depth of the undergraduate major, along with the student’s ability to meet academically rigorous standards, are most important (see the Law School Admissions Council at http://www.Isac.org).