Possibly the most valuable skill a lawyer can have, and the most simple to develop is the ability to network. The Pre-Law Society is a place for you to fellowship with others who are planning to attend law school in the future. The Society assists with the various other programs, and its members have the first opportunity to join the teams and publish in the Journal. Since the Pre-Law Society is largely involved in bringing lecturers to the University, they also have a unique opportunity to personally meet with these honored guests. The members of the Society also have an opportunity to converse with administrators at a variety of different law schools. Although there are many academic reasons to become involved in the Society, there is also a social and networking component to the meetings. For more information concerning the Pre-Law Society email Dr. Corey Martin.
Our Pre-Law Society is associated with the Christian Legal Society and this affiliation gives students a broader community for fellowship.
The Pre-Law Society devotes its attention to providing undergraduate students exposure to the field of law. The Society accomplishes this through professional speakers from the field of law and the judiciary, hosting LSAT workshops, partnering with the Liberty University School of Law to expose students to law school life, hosting trial and appellate competitions, and having fun events such as the pre-law vs. criminal justice paintball challenge.