Pre-Law Services at NC State are offered through the Career Development Center. Through Pre-Law Services, students receive guidance on preparing for law school, taking the LSAT, and applying to law school. Students have the opportunity to learn and network through experiential learning programs, internships, seminars and workshops, and the annual Law School Fair.

Advising Hours and Location

*Update 3.17.20: For assistance via email, phone or zoom, please send an email to Dr. Ray Easterlin at breaster@ncsu.edu.

B. Ray Easterlin, Ed.D.
Pre-Law Advisor
Career Development Center
2100 Pullen Hall
breaster@ncsu.edu

Law School Fair

The 2020 Virtual Law School Fair will be held on Tuesday, November 3rd. Over 60 law schools are expected to attend. Click on the following link to access the Law School Fair.

Join the Listserv

Joining our Google Group listserv allows for you to receive valuable information about opportunities such as job/shadowing experience and other events and content that will help you in building a strong application for health professions programs. To join, click “Sign in to view this group,” make sure you are signed-in with your NC State Gmail account, and then click “Apply for Membership.”

PLSA at NC State

The NC State Pre-Law Students’ Association (PLSA) is a student group focused on providing opportunities for students planning on attending law school. The PLSA hosts monthly meetings with guest speakers that include professors, representatives from various law schools, lawyers, and current law students. The PLSA also offers students opportunities for community service and campus involvement.

  • Find them at GET INVOLVED.
  • NC students receive a discount from The Princeton Review for LSAT prep courses.

Pre-Law Resources

  • Applying to law school
  • Law School Admissions Council (LSAC)
  • ABA 509 Required Disclosures – http://www.abarequireddisclosures.org/
  • Law School Locator
    • The LSAC Law School Locator gives you an idea of what schools you are most likely to be accepted into based on your GPA and LSAT score.
  • Test Prep
    • Helpful resources include:
    • LSAC: LSAT Prep Tools – https://www.lsac.org/jd/lsat/preptools/ – the materials are developed by the same organization that administers the LSAT
    • Khan Academy – https://www.khanacademy.org/prep/lsat – free online videos developed in collaboration with LSAC
    • Princeton Review, Kaplan, ExamKrackers, PowerScore and more.  Student discounts are often available and Princeton Review has an office in the Talley Student Union, Room 2121.