Pre-law advising

The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice (CCJ) provides CCJ students with pre-law advising. If you are interested in attending law school, meet with our pre-law adviser to discuss:

  • course selection
  • quality engagement with undergraduate courses
  • which law schools to consider
  • preparation for the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT)

Pre-law advisers

Dr. Robert Schehr
SBS Room 319
Robert.Schehr@nau.edu 

Dr. Phoebe Morgan
Phoebe.Morgan@nau.edu

Course information

While law schools do not require students to have completed a specific undergraduate major, CCJ students may find it useful to consider enrollment in the following courses:

  • CCJ 210 American Courts
  • CCJ 270 Criminal Law
  • CCJ 275 Criminal Procedure
  • CCJ 380 Law in America

Important LSAT testing dates for 2011-2012

Monday June 6, 2011 12:30pm
Saturday October 1, 2011 8:30am
Saturday December 3 2011 8:30am
Saturday February 11, 2011 8:30am

Other information

You may also be interested in the following:

What you’ll encounter in law school

Princeton Review 
Prelaw Advisor.com 
Internet Legal Research Group 
Association of American Law Schools 
American Bar Association 

LSAT and LSDAS registration information

Law School Admissions Council 

Law school websites

Internet Legal Research Group 

Law school rankings

US News and World Report 
Boston College Locator Matrix 
Brian Leiter's Law School Rankings 

LSAT prep courses

Kaplan 
The Princeton Review 
Testmasters 

Phi Alpha Delta - International Law Fraternity

http://www.pad.org/ 

More info

Additional pre-law advice can be obtained via the university’s pre-law information page. All students interested in being placed on a university-wide pre-law listserv should send an email to prelaw@nau.edu. The listserv will serve as a way for students to find out about university activities relating to the scholarship and practice of law.