Prepare for law school with the help of accomplished mentors as you study your chosen areas of interest from a range of academic programs offered in the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Business.
Our Pre-Law program is designed to educate you about law as a career as well as the process of applying to law school. As you build a strong academic record in your chosen area of study, your Pre-Law Advisor will work with you to discuss course options, the process of applying to law school, internship opportunities, and networking events.
- Benefit from personalized attention, including one-on-one appointments with your Pre-Law Advisor on the law school exploration or application process. Our faculty offer strategies to facilitate navigating the LSAT and law school application process.
- Our Pre-Law Advisors stay informed about current news and trends by attending conferences, participating in law-related networks, and maintaining relationships with law school admission deans and other Pre-Law Advisors.
- Bryant is nationally recognized for integrating business with the arts and sciences, providing you with exposure to a broader range of ideas than most of your peers applying to law school from other undergraduate programs.
- The American Bar Association does not recommend any specific undergraduate major to prepare for a legal education, and students are admitted to law school from almost every discipline.
- A strong liberal arts foundation develops critical thinking and communication skills essential for success and continuous growth in every field.
- Your business minor will be a competitive advantage that highlights the acumen and problem-solving abilities cultivated through real-world projects
- Whether you pursue grad school or begin a career after graduation, the credentials of your major and minor distinguish you.
Where our students go
Bryant graduates from all majors are admitted to law schools including:
Experiential Learning Opportunities
- A partnership between Bryant University and The Washington Center in Washington, D.C., provides you with semester-long internship opportunities that have included the White House, the FBI, leading think tanks, and prominent law firms.
- Pre-Law students have held internships in the R.I. Attorney General's Office and in the court system, law and consulting firms, and nonprofit organizations
- Faculty-led trips off campus include the opportunity to learn about war crime trials in European courts in a special summer course, as well as trips to special sessions held by the United Nations in New York City.