When you take HI 399 Pre-Law Seminar, law school preparation becomes more real. Course assignments are geared to help you actually begin the law school application process, including writing a personal statement, résumé, requests for recommendations, and more. Practicing attorneys and judges visit the class to share field-related topics. By the end of the semester, you’ll be more than equipped to take the LSAT, brief cases, create outlines, and succeed in law school.
Regent and Liberty Universities host LSAT workshops on PCC’s campus to familiarize students with one of the most critical parts of the law school application process, the LSAT. Students learn strategies to score high on the LSAT and take practice tests. The workshop closes with a dinner with these Christian law school representatives, including PCC alumni currently in law school. These events present great opportunities to ask questions about what law school is really like, what admissions officers look for, how to best prepare, and more.