Open your mind up to all of the places a career in law can take you.
As a student at Ashland University, you will discover that the opportunities to pursue a career in law are endless, and the paths that take you there can be found across a variety of disciplines. From the College of Business & Economics to the College of Arts & Sciences and even the College of Education, you will have the opportunity to chart an academic course that combines the study of law with the fields and subjects that interest you the most.
We will expose you to a variety of courses across that introduce legal concepts. We will connect you with pre-law faculty advisers who will help you define your course of studies based on your career ambitions. We will help you prepare for your graduate studies. You will walk away from Ashland with a strong foundation in the liberal arts, one that will provide you with the critical thinking and problem-solving skills essential to the success of any law professional.
The Pre-Law Society
The Ashland University Pre-Law Society is a fully chartered, student-run organization designed to assist students interested in a career in law. Members of this organization network with local attorneys through our legal lecture series, attend trials and visit local law schools. A portion of the organization’s time is spent preparing students to take the LSAT (Law School Admittance Test). Students have the opportunity to take free practice LSAT exams in advance of actually applying to law school and prepare their actual LSAC application forms with the assistance of practicing attorneys from the school of business.
Throughout a student’s undergraduate experience, members of Ashland University’s Pre-Law Society receive curriculum advice from legal specialist in both the College of Arts & Sciences and the College of Business & Economics with particular attention paid to the logic and problem-solving techniques preferred by law schools.