History and the Law -- A Natural Partnership!
Think you might want to go to law school?
- Law schools accepts any undergraduate degree
- Law school admission is based on GPA/L.S.A.T.(Law School Admissions Test) score
- Prospective students need analytical problem solving skills, critical reading/writing skills, oral communication skills, and a good background in research.
The History Department Courses explores a wide array of subjects:
Strong emphasis on researching/writing
The Pre-Law Club offers students:
Help exploring law careers
Law school tours
Practice LSAT exams
Writing personal statements workshops
Help with law school applications
Phi Alpha Theta is a professional society whose mission is to promote the study of history through the encouragement of research, good teaching, publication and the exchange of learning and ideas among historians.
President: Zachary Elledge
Vice President: Nikki Clark
Secretary: Meghan Pope
Treasurer: Caleb Sugg
Historian: Jeffrey Davidson
Faculty Advisor: Dr. LaQuita Saunders
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