Students preparing to enter law school should obtain a strong
education in liberal arts. No one major can be described as the best
prelegal program. Courses in writing, political science, logic,
economics, statistics, and computer science all can be helpful in
preparation for law school. Admission to law school is highly
competitive, and law schools consider undergraduate cumulative
grade-point average, strength of academic program, and results of the
Law School Admission Test (LSAT). Students interested in law school
should consult the campus prelaw advisers, Professors Aman McLeod
and Alan Tarr, Department of Political Science, 401 Cooper Street.
Information for admission to Rutgers' School of Law-Camden may be
obtained from the Office of Admissions, 406 Penn Street, Third Floor,
or by mail at the Office of Admissions, School of Law-Camden, Rutgers,
The State University of New Jersey, 406 Penn Street, Third Floor,
Camden, NJ 08102 (856/225-6102).
Students interested in the dual B.A./J.D. program should see the Dual
Degrees section under Degree Requirements in this catalog.