- Transcripts (An unofficial or advising transcript is accepted)
- A Resume
- 1 page statement of interest in the program and your plans for legal education/career
Explore Law Program Includes:
- Information about the application and admissions process
- How to write a personal statement
- Information on how to pay for law school
- Law classes
- Student panels
- Professional panel like how to natigate the professional world as a person of color and JD advantage careers
- LSAT prep class that includes the books and more
Application is closed!
Are you thinking about going to law school? Are you choosing between law and another graduate program? Do you need more information about law school admission, the LSAT, law school classes or legal career paths? Would you like to network with a group of your peers who are also interested in studying law? Join Explore Law, a FREE, four day virtual program at Penn State Law!
The purpose of Explore Law is to increase underrepresented college students’ access to legal education and law school by providing instruction surrounding the law school admissions process, LSAT preparation, law school classes, and legal career opportunities for J.D.s.
Undergraduate students regardless of undergraduate school, major, or state of residence may apply. College sophomores, juniors, and seniors who are members of groups underrepresented in the practice of law are encouraged to apply, including those who identify as members of a racial or ethnic group underrepresented in the practice of law; identify as having mental or physical disability; identify as LGBTQ+; or are first-generation college students (parents/guardians did not complete a bachelor’s degree).
2019 Group Photo Professor Rachel Herder lectures about the intellectual property clinic at Penn State Law.
2019 Group Photo
Professor Rachel Herder lectures about the intellectual property clinic at Penn State Law.