FIU Law Path (Pre-law Program)
FIU Law Path offers to undergraduate students, pre-law programming which focuses on building skills critical to both success in law school and throughout the application to law school process. FIU Law Path combines exposure to the traditional law school experience supplemented by a range of opportunities including academic enrichment and critical skills development, intensive LSAT preparation, personalized counseling throughout the application process and individualized mentoring by a member of the bench or bar.
The application period for Law Path 2021 is now open! Deadline to apply is March 31, 2021.
|Dates:||June 7 – July 25, 2021|
|Schedule:||Monday – Thursday|
10:00a.m. – 3:00p.m.
The primary goal of the Florida International University College of Law Path to the Profession Initiative (“FIU Law Path”) is to both facilitate the increased enrollment of minority and other traditionally underrepresented groups into a law school program as well as to further the development of the skills necessary for a successful law school experience once enrolled. This six-week program offers students the opportunity to learn the fundamental components of the American legal system and the case method (Socratic) approach to studying law, developing the analytical and critical thinking skills expected of law students. Both current law faculty members and specifically, selected law students teach courses. This program is offered at no cost to accepted students.
Currently, enrolled undergraduate student. (Preference given to students with at least two years left to graduate.)
3.00 Minimum Cumulative Undergraduate Grade Point Average
Complete and submit the following materials:
2. Email to email@example.com the following documents:
- Most recent undergraduate official transcript
- Personal statement explaining interest in FIU Law Path - In no more than three typed, double-spaced pages discuss your reasons for pursuing a legal education and your goals or future plans upon graduation. You may discuss any obstacles that you have overcome (for example, English is not your native language, discrimination, economic or family hardship, severe medical condition, etc.).
- A copy of your most recent Student Aid Report (SAR)