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Pre-Law Journal

Be one of the select few chosen to participate in the Helms School of Government’s Pre-Law Journal.

Law journals are publications that address an area of law and consist of articles/papers written by select students and law professors. The law journal author goes through multiple drafts and then multiple editors critique the article before and after the various levels of scholarly review. This rigorous process takes place before the article is introduced as an intellectual representation of the institution.

Scholarly legal writing of this caliber is complex, technical and requires hard work, skill and training. It’s our goal at the Helms School of Government to give our pre-law students an edge by offering them the opportunity of an undergraduate Pre-Law Journal.

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We are seeking students to write articles for the Pre-Law Journal and those qualified to serve as student editors.

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