About Pre-Law Advising
The Pre-Law Advising Office within Letters & Sciences supports the overall mission and objectives of the University of Maryland.
The Pre-Law Professions Advising Office serves all current and former students at the University of Maryland interested in law school and legal careers. We offer a wide variety of advising services to guide students through the academic and administrative processes necessary to achieve their goals.
Our Pre-Law Advisors encourage students to learn through community service, pre-professional experience, and campus organizations. We help students to become self-directed learners and to assume a significant role in their pre-professional education. We encourage pre-law students to become broadly educated and to take advantage of personal growth opportunities while exploring their interest in a prospective career in law. For information on our law school placement, click here.
- What: LSAT prep course offered at a significantly reduced cost.
- When: Ten sessions on specified evenings March 28 - April 27
- Who: Current full-time students planning to take the LSAT this year.
- What Else: For more information, click here.
The Pre-Law Advising office is located on the lower level of Hornbake Library, room 0110. See the map below for the location of Hornbake Library. The quickest access to the office is to enter at the ground level closest to the traffic circle (at the * on the map).