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Pre-Law Information for CSULB Students and Alumni

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ontrary to popular belief, and unlike preparation for medical school, there is no standard pre-law curriculum in the United States. In fact, American law schools accept people from all majors. The School of Criminology, Criminal Justice, and Emergency Management at California State University, Long Beach, offer a program of study for students interested in going to law school to help them prepare for the application process, the LSAT, and for success in law school itself. This part of our web site is designed to help students connect with the many different resources we offer to our pre-law students. Use the links below to guide you through the on-line resources we have assembled to help you understand the process of preparing for and apply to law school.

Online Resources for Pre-Law Advising at CSULB

Getting Into Law School

LSDAS and the LSAT

The Personal Statement Application Essay

Recommended Courses

Pre-Law FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions