Loyola’s pre-law program prepares students for success in law school. With the help of the pre-law advisor, William Kitchin, and their individual faculty advisors, students map out their course schedule to ensure they fulfill all law school admission requirements. The applicant can easily fit those requirements into their traditional undergraduate courses of study. The program is completed in conjunction with the student’s major and not as its own degree program.
Students who think they may be interested in a career in law should consult with the pre-law advisor no later than the beginning of the junior year.