There’s a lot to consider when preparing for admission to law school. The HPPLA Guidebook lays out specific, step-by-step advice for every phase of preparation based on our staff’s expertise from many years of advising students. During class registration, the Academics & Courses page can help you understand the relationship between your coursework and the law school admissions process. While no specific coursework is required to apply to law school, taking selective subjects to enhance your understanding of legal areas can be very helpful in providing the intellectual and vocational perspective to help you choose to attend law school from a place of confidence and self-knowledge.

Law Topics

Preparing for a career in law
Academics & Coursework
Extracurricular and professional experiences
Conquering the LSAT (Law School Admissions Test)
Applying to law school