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northwestern for pre-law

swamyismyguruswamyismyguru Registered User Posts: 151 Junior Member
edited July 2008 in Northwestern University
hi. I was wondering how good northwestern is for its pre-law program. Like, do a lot of people get into harvard, columbia, and nyu law school?
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Replies to: northwestern for pre-law

  • lilybbloomlilybbloom Registered User Posts: 986 Member
    we don't have a pre-law program... few schools do. pre-law just means preparing to go to law school by taking lots of classes that focus on critical reading and writing, and taking the lsat. you can major in whatever you want.

    placement at top law schools is great, though.
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