• Pre-Law

    Hamline provides a unique combination of opportunities for students interested in attending law school. Our Legal Studies Department offers a major, minor, an American Bar Association-approved paralegal certificate, and a Master in the Study of Law all of which provide students with a strong foundation for pursuing further study in law. We also have a nationally competitive mock-trial program and many other opportunities for students to learn through doing, including service-learning and internships. Law schools want students with strong writing, speaking, and problem-solving skills, which students develop throughout all of our undergraduate programs. 

    For questions about Hamline's pre-law resources, contact Professor Stephen Arnott at 651-523-2582 or email to sarnott01@hamline.edu.

    Additional Pre-Law Resources

    The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is required to attend most law schools. The following websites provide information on LSAT review courses:

  • News

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    With a Master in the Study of Law, Brian Tolkkinen ’21 can communicate more effectively with his company’s attorneys and bridge gaps between teams.

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    Conner Suddick, a Hamline University student from Suamico, Wisconsin, is one of 59 students from across the country to be named a 2018 Truman Scholar. The prestigious award was announced today by former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, President of the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation.