The San Diego State University Pre-Law Society is a student organization that gives members the opportunity to network amongst each other and gain leadership experience!
Our mission is to encourage and promote a career in law by preparing members to apply for law school and introduce them into the different fields of the law.
The SDSU Pre-Law Society proudly accepts all majors and welcomes new members throughout the semester!
In order to become a member, please bring your filled-out application form along with your membership dues to the next weekly meeting. Cash and checks are the only accepted forms of payment. Checks are to be made out to the SDSU Pre-Law Society.
Installment plans are also available and potential members are given a three week grace period before payment is due. Please note that membership must be renewed each semester.
Frequently Asked Questions
Paid members will reap the full benefits of the Pre-Law Society. In addition to learning about law school and the legal career, members will have access to various discounts from LSAT prep-companies as well as have lunch available to them during meetings. They may attend any SDSU Pre-Law sponsored event without additional payment (unless otherwise specified).
We are willing to accomodate anyone's needs, so you don't have to miss our events! Feel free to contact us at email@example.com with your concerns.
Like us on Facebook or read the weekly minutes to get updates on SDSU Pre-Law events, business opportunties, and meetings!
Note: For questions about the organization and employment opportunities only. Please no requests for legal advice!
Meetings are Tuesdays from 3:30 to 4:40 p.m. in Aztec Student Union 141.
All majors are welcome.
The Pre-Law Society is proud to feature weekly speakers during the weekly meetings. Presentations are made by members of the legal field such as practicing attorneys, judges and law schools. In addition, the organization has many events for students to get involved.
Follow the Pre-Law Society on Facebook for regular updates on future events and meetings.
Law School Preparation:
— How to gain admission to law school, according to the Law School Admission Council (LSAC).
— How to prepare for law school, according to the American Bar Association.
— How to choose a law school, according to Loyola University Chicago School of Law.
— Important dates and deadlines for the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) from the LSAC.
— Information about the letters of recommendation process, according to the LSAC.
— The Certificate in Public Law offered by the San Diego State University
Political Science Department.