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Pre-Law Advisory Program - Program Features

About the Program
Program Features
Recommended Courses of Study
Additional Resources
Applying to Law School

For More Information,

Louis B. Swartz, J.D.

Professor of Legal Studies
412-397-6354 phone
412-397-2172 fax
Massey Hall 121
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  • Shadowing
    Students are offered the opportunity to spend time with lawyers, judges, and other legal professionals such as paralegals, court clerks, or court reporters to learn about the day-to-day activities of these professionals.

  • Advising
    Students are assigned faculty advisors who will assist and support them in the design of their curriculum.

  • Mentoring
    Students are given the opportunity to interact with law students and members of the Young Lawyers Division of the Allegheny County Bar Association.

  • Speakers Bureau
    Through this series, offered by the Robert Morris University Pre-Law society, students attend presentations delivered by professionals in the legal field, and have an opportunity to network .

  • Law School Advisement
    Students in the Pre-Law Program benefit from the assistance of a dedicated Career Consultant in the selection of and application to law schools .

  • LSAT Preparation
    Students may attend LSAT prepatory workshops that provide an overview of the exam, strategies for scoring well, and techniques for reducing test anxiety.


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