Helpful Resources

Learn Together

We'll help you discover what you're good at and why that's good for the world.

Our faculty are enthusiastic about your future, walking alongside you to help realize your boldest goals. 

In our Pre-Law Center, you can:

  • Learn more about law schools and legal careers.
  • Meet with our Pre-Law program director to discuss your career goals, courses of study, LSAT registration/preparation, law school options and much more.
  • Get involved with Duquesne's Undergraduate Mock Trial Team and Pre-Law Society.

Law School Prep

Use this timeline and checklist as you prepare for law school.

LSAT

Most law schools require the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT). The test is administered four times a year at locations throughout the country. Students are encouraged to take the test in June after their junior year or October of their senior year. Information about the LSAT and other aspects of law school admission can be found online at the Law School Admissions Council. The Pre-Law Director maintains a collection of books about the LSAT, law school and law careers.

Duquesne's 3+3 Early Admissions Law Program

This program allows students to complete a B.A./B.S. degree and a law degree (J.D.) in six years, rather than the normal seven. For more information, connect with the Pre-Law Director or visit Duquesne's School of Law.