Because law schools seek those who have developed superior critical thinking, writing and argumentation skills, a wide variety of undergraduate majors at Davidson provide outstanding preparation. Most disciplines include course work exploring the ways in which law interacts with the discipline in current social and economic contexts, and exposure to such courses may be instrumental in your decision. A strong liberal arts program emphasizing multiple disciplines and grounded in diversity has been instrumental in helping our graduates achieve success at the best law schools in the country.
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Kelli Robinson (firstname.lastname@example.org), Assistant Director, Center for Career Development
Sarah Phillips '01 (email@example.com), JD, Vice President and General Counsel, President's Office
Daniel Aldridge (firstname.lastname@example.org), JD, Associate Professor of History
John Wertheimer (email@example.com), Professor of History
The Center for Career Development hosts a law school admissions fair each November. See Law School Fair for more information.
American Bar Association Guide on Preparing for Law School
Advice on your undergraduate education and the skills, values and knowledge that you can acquire prior to law school that will provide a sound foundation for a legal education.