Pre-Law

A lawyer is involved in people’s lives as an advocate, negotiator, advisor, mediator, and public citizen and has the responsibility to preserve the rights of individuals and to secure justice in a democratic republic. Students in the pre-law program at K-State meet with an advisor to select courses that will develop capacities necessary for law study. Students are able to choose any major and work with an advisor to tailor classes to meet the requirements for law school.

For more information and assistance, please feel free to contact the following adviser:

Daralyn Gordon Arata, Esquire
Pre-Law Adviser
Kansas State University
112 Eisenhower Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506
785.532.6904
darata@ksu.edu

Related career titles

Bar examiner
Claims adjudicator
Criminal prosecutor
District attorney
FBI/CIA agent
Judge
Lawyer
Lobbyist
Mediator
Public defender
Tax attorney
Title attorney

Resources available in ACIC*

Careers in Law
Career Opportunities in Politics, Government, and Activism
Opportunities in Law Careers
View from the Top: Law Firm Leaders
Opportunities in Paralegal Careers

*Books are available for a 2-day checkout period.

**Additional pre-law books are available for check-out in the Pre-Law Advising Office, 112 Eisenhower Hall. Click on this link for a list of these books.

Related pre-law links

KSU Pre-Law Program
http://www.k-state.edu/artsci/prelaw

Law School Admission Council
http://www.lsac.org

American Bar Association
http://www.abanet.org

National Association for Law Placement
http://www.nalp.org/

Council on Legal Education Opportunity
http://www.cleoscholars.com

Admissions Dean
http://www.admissionsdean.com

PreLaw Handbook
http://www.prelawhandbook.com

Boston College Law School Locator
http://www.bc.edu/offices/careers/gradschool/law/research/lawlocator.html

 

Association of American Law Schools
http://www.aals.org

National Association for Paralegal Associations, Inc.
http://www.paralegals.org