The law is complicated. The pre-law track at the University of St. Thomas will help you make prepared and informed choices about entering law school with one-on-one advising throughout your college career. You will also have the chance to network with practicing attorneys while learning more about the law school admissions process and LSAT.
Why Pursue a Pre-Law Track at St. Thomas?
Since there are no required majors for law school, you will have the opportunity to select from the wide range of academic programs and courses at St. Thomas. You will complete courses focusing on increasing your knowledge of law while developing important critical thinking, writing and public speaking skills that you will need for a career in law. You will graduate from St. Thomas equipped with the tools to be a thoughtful professional and citizen committed to working for the common good.
Gaining a Unique Skillset
Dr. Caleb Goltz
Morgan Schreurs ‘15
We give you the tools and knowledge you need to pursue multiple paths in law after graduation.
- Private Attorney
- County Attorney
- Public Defender
- District Attorney
- Regulatory Compliance Officer
- Financial Officer
Ready for the Future
A Caring and Supportive Community
Do you need guidance in figuring out if law school is right for you? The legal studies program director Dr. Caleb Goltz regularly meets individually with all students interested in attending law school while they are enrolled at St. Thomas, and even when they are in high school and starting their college search.
To set up a meeting with him, contact the Office of Admissions.