Prelaw Program

The best undergraduate preparation for law school emphasizes a broad liberal arts education. Prelaw students work with a prelaw advisor, a graduate of one of the nation's top five law schools, to prepare to understand complex real-world problems from as many perspectives as possible. 

Once students choose their major, they round out their studies with electives and general education options stressing writing and oral communication skills, logical and critical thinking, close reading of difficult material, and deeper understanding of society and culture.

Prelaw students are strongly encouraged to take PSC 260 Introduction to Law.


For more information, please contact
Ron Mock
Prelaw Advisor
503-554-2680
rmock@georgefox.edu