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Fast Facts: Pre-Law

  • This unique program blends multiple humanities disciplines as preparation for a career in law, law enforcement or related fields.
  • Prepares students for law school through advising and mentoring in the areas of course selection, internships, the legal profession and the application process.
  • Focused development of skills in critical thinking, leadership, research and analysis, communication and presentation.
  • Students must become members and active participants of the Pre-Law Society.
  • Students are also strongly encouraged to take part in co-curricular activities, such as attending roundtable discussions of on-campus legal issues or serving as officers of the Pre-Law Society.
  • Program sponsors regular discussion sessions with alumni and community leaders.
  • Program advisor frequently leads delegations of CSS students to attend regional law fairs
  • Intended to provide students with an understanding of the pros and cons of various professional career paths regarding the law.


Students within this program have completed internships at many area law firms and at the St. Louis County Attorney's office.


Students in this program have gone on to pursue graduate study and law school at many fine institutions across the United States.

Boost your brain power and give yourself a competitive edge in our global economy by pairing your program with a language. St. Scholastica offers programs and courses in American Sign Language, French, German, Latin, Ojibwe, Russian and Spanish.

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  • "The faculty at St. Scholastica taught me skills that are important for any job and essential to success in law school: research, writing, communication and analysis, to name a few. Because of these skills and the experiences I received here, I was able to confidently transition to law school."

    – Megan Kelly, ‘12