Welcome to the Wake Forest University Pre-Law Homepage

lawschoolThis site is designed to assist WFU students, alumni and others in understanding

• the pros and cons of attending law school and of embarking on a legal career;
• the mechanics of applying to law school;
• the best ways for Wake undergrads to prepare for law school; and
• how to get the information and advice you will need along the way.
You will have lots of homework to do as you consider a journey into the law. We hope you will visit this website and its links often to stay as informed as you can be!

Professor Laura Graham is the Pre-Law Adviser for Wake Forest. Professor Graham is a “Double Deacon” (BA ’86, JD ’94) and has been on the faculty of Wake Forest University School of Law for seventeen years. If you’re considering a career in the law, we encourage you to meet with Professor Graham early in your time here at Wake, so that you can develop a strategy that will maximize your chances of getting into the law school of your choice and that will give you a good understanding of what a legal education entails. Professor Graham is available for personal meetings by appointment; to set up an appointment, email her at grahamlp@wfu.edu.

We hope you will take advantage of the many opportunities available to pre-law students here at Wake, including the Pre-Law Society, the Mock Trial Team, the informal Law Student Mentoring Program, and many others. Upcoming pre-law events are listed in the calendar on this site.

Pre-Law Newsletters // Office of Academic Advising // Office of Personal and Career Development // Wake Forest University School of Law

Graduate & Professional School Fair – Thursday 11/6

by November 5, 2014

It’s a busy couple of weeks for pre-law students.  In addition to the LSAT-related events on Nov. 11 and Nov 18, we have a GREAT opportunity coming up this Thursday, Nov. 6, from 11-1 in Benson 401.  It is the GRADUATE & PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL FAIR, and representatives from many law Read more »