|Principal Prelaw Adviser
Liberal Arts (LA) 3241
Liberal Arts (LA) 3234
Liberal Arts (LA) 3224
4. Join Towson’s Prelaw Society .Formed in the fall of 1987, it brings many fascinating speakers to campus, including prominent area lawyers, judges and state’s attorneys. Meetings have featured mock law school classes and visits to the United States Supreme Court. The Society publishes two issues of its highly regarded Journal each year in the fall and spring.
5. Investigate law schools. Admissions officers from various law schools, including University of Baltimore and University of Maryland, visit Towson every fall, usually in October. You can attend these information sessions and hear about their law school programs. This information is helpful even if you aren’t yet sure you want to go to law school.
The Prelaw Advising Program at Towson University is not a major. It is not designed to allow students to pre-professionalize while they are undergraduates. It assists students through the very beginning of a process that can at various times be frustrating and exhilarating, maddening and stimulating.