Pre-Professional Advising Office
111 South Hall
Monday - Friday
9-12, and 1-4 p.m. (academic year)
10-12 and 1-3 p.m. (summer)
UC Davis students are encouraged to make an appointment with an advisor.
Topics typically discussed are listed below.
In addition to individual advising, Pre-Law School Advising also offers quarterly workshops. A brief sampling of programs offered are:
- Law School Application Workshop
- Personal Statement Workshop
- Financing Your Law School Education
- Future Outlook of the Legal Profession
- Law Student Panel
- Lawyers Panel
- Mock Law Class
- Mock Law School Admission Test
- Selecting a Law School
Two of the workshops listed above are also available in a Web video format. The following videos are available through the Advising Services Video Player:
If you are interested in attending law school then you need to get E-NEWS! To be eligible for this service you must be a current UC Davis student or alumnus of UC Davis. Signup online with “Get E-News!” and follow the instructions. You will then receive e-mail from the pre-law adviser about law related information and up coming activities
Sign up on the PreLaw Facebook website to learn up to date information, ask questions and share law related information.
The Law School Information Day (LSID) is a gathering of law school admission representatives who are available to meet with UC Davis students. Usually held in November, the program
gives students an opportunity to speak with law school admissions staff from
over 60 U.S. law schools and pick up brochures and/or information bulletins.
Interested undergraduates may "shadow" a UC Davis law student by attending a law school class with him or her. Law students may also give undergraduates a tour of the UC Davis Law School, library, and discuss the day to day life of a law student. This is a great way to get a taste of what law school might be like.