UW-Green Bay is a great place to prepare to go to law school. Our unique interdisciplinary approach to education and leading faculty scholars will allow you to succeed once you get in law school.
It is worth noting there is no listing for a pre-law program in our Undergraduate Catalog. Instead of designating a specific pre-law major or minor, we encourage students to tailor their own pre-professional courses of study with the aid of knowledgeable academic advisers.
While it is common to hear college students identify themselves as "pre-law," it typically means only that they plan to apply to a law school. Few universities anywhere offer an actual undergraduate major titled "pre-law." At those that do, the prescribed course of study represents only an opinion as to the most favored path; those most knowledgeable of law-school admission practices maintain there is no such advantage.
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