The Pre-Law Advising Program at Providence College provides information and guidance to students who might be interested in attending law school. The program provides individual advising, career counseling, and guidance throughout the application process. This program is not an academic major, minor, or set of courses. Instead, it’s a resource for students of all interest levels – from those who are just curious about the law school option to students who are already sure they want to be an attorney.
One of the main goals of the Pre-Law Advising Program is to organize a community of undergraduates interested in pursuing a career in the law. We do not associate with any particular academic department, and our events and workshops are open to all. The program simply seeks to help students make the decision that is best for them.
Pre-Law Program organizes through Sakai. If you are interested in
getting resources and updates on events and workshops, please email Professor Herron.