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Are you a pre-law student currently enrolled in a community college?  This page offers resources to help you get a jump on the rest of your undergraduate pre-law career and maximize your opportunities in the law school application process.

While You're in Community College

Before you ever set foot on campus of your four-year institution, you can set the stage for law school success. Here are some tips on what to do to increase your chances of success.

The Competitive Edge

Your Journey to Law School

"Closing the Transfer Gap": This article from CLEO Edge provides additional insight into tactics community college students should take to make themselves competitive with students who have attended a four-year institution from their freshman year.

Use this checklist to walk you through the key steps in your pre-law journey, from your first year at your community college through your final year at your four-year institution.

The Application Process

Year Three:  What to Do Your Junior Year

Print out this quick and dirty guide to the application process.  Sometimes knowing where you will end up is the best way to know how you need to get there.

This document provides an in-depth look at your junior year.  Print it now so you can hit the ground running when you show up at your four-year institution.