The Pre-Law Program at Adams State University is not a major, but a series of liberal arts courses recommended by the pre-law advisor based upon the individual needs of the students and the challenging requirements for gaining admission into law school. Students major in a variety of disciplines. Irrespective of discipline, students should possess certain core competencies. The 48-hour program below is the designed to assist students in demonstrating these competencies.
For more information about this program, including its track record of placing students in law schools across the country, contact Richard Loosbrock, Pre-Law Advisor, Adams State University, Alamosa, CO 81101. 719-587-7332.