The WPU Pre-Law Program is designed to provide students with the foundational legal knowledge and critical thinking skills necessary for success in law school. Courses offered include: Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, International Law, Administrative Law, American Judicial System, and a seminar on the Supreme Court. Students wishing to pursue a pre-law course of study should major in Legal Studies. In addition to specific coursework, Pre-law students participate in on-campus law school forums, law fraternity events, and a competitive mock trial team. Throughout the year, Legal Studies faculty are available for pre-law and LSAT advisement. During the fall semester, students attend the LSAC law school forum in New York City and visit the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington D.C. Former pre-law students have attended highly respected law schools, such as: Seton Hall, Rutgers, Fordham, Quinnipiac, Villanova, Duke, Loyola Marymount, and many others. For more information on the WPU Pre-Law Program, please contact Professor Ryan J. Rebe at reber at wpunj.edu.