Law School Information (CSU Website)

Applicants to law school must have or be completing at least a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university. Most universities, including Colorado State University, do not have a pre-law major, and law schools admit students from a variety of academic disciplines, majors, and minors. Students planning to seek admission to law school should select a major and coursework that that will interest them, challenge them, and help them develop skills in critical analysis, logical reasoning, and written and oral expression, which are necessary for success on the Law School Admissions Test and in the law school environment.

Visit CSU’s Political Science Department to find information on law school, including LSAT, pre-law prep and timeline.

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