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NSO 2017: Welcome to UMass Amherst!

Welcome incoming first-years and transfer students! If you’re already thinking about an eventual legal career, this post is for you. If you missed or can’t make one of the NSO Pre-Law info sessions (Mondays and Thursdays at 2:15 pm in Student Union Room 411), or you lost the printed handouts...

Spring 2014 classes you may have overlooked

We’ve been asked to share information about a couple of classes that are relevant to students considering legal careers and that still have spots open for the Spring 2014 semester. The first is EDUC 202—Intergroup Dialogue: Imagine sitting in a circle with 15 other students talking about subjects you rarely get...

Best majors for law school? All of them

You’ve probably already heard me say (or you’ve read on this website) that there’s no magic major to get into law school.  The fact that I get to say, “study what you love!” over and over again is one of the best parts of my job....

Why should you go to the Majors Fair?

Imagine for a minute that you’re an underclassman and you’re thinking about possibly going to law school at some point in the future. A stretch, perhaps, but I think you can do it. Now imagine that you’re not really enjoying (or doing well in) your current major,...

LORs: Hard copy or electronic?

With this admission cycle, the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for the first time began allowing recommenders to submit their letters electronically.  When you (the applicant) enter your recommenders’ information in the Credential Assembly Service (CAS), you can either generate an email to the recommender with a link for...

Wait! Don’t go!

Just a few quick thoughts before the construction seals my office off from the rest of campus… For those applying to law school next year: The Pre-Law Advising Office is open throughout the summer.  I won’t have regular office hours, but I am available to meet with you...