Author: Miami University Pre-Law Program


Want to give yourself a distinctive edge in the market?  

Miami PRIME, is a “business basics” thematic sequence for non-business majors.

You will gain 9 credits & complete your Thematic Sequence in 4 weeks (May 30-June23).

You’ll learn the key fundamentals of business, gain networking skills, and work with a real client on a project.

PRIME also partially fulfills the requirements of the General Business Minor.


UPCOMING INFORMATION SESSIONS – Room 3001 in the Armstrong Student Center.

Monday, March 6th – these should last approx.. 30-45 minutes
11:00 am
12:00 pm
1:00 pm

Thursday, March 9th – these should last approx.. 30-45 minutes
2:00 pm
3:00 pm
4:00 pm

Check out the website at

Program contactSara Weisbrodt at (513)

Sidley Prelaw Scholars Program

The Sidley Prelaw Scholars Program is targeted at diverse students who are planning to matriculate to law school in the fall of 2018.


Attached is the new brochure for the 2017-2018 Sidley Prelaw Scholars Program which highlights additional information about the program. The application and recommendation form are also attached.


Midwest Law School Virtual Fair

 Link to register and to see the list of schools and chat times  Chat times are listed as Central time!  Chat times vary by school and can start as early as 8/9am or last until 4/5pm, with several schools open most or all of the day; students can drop in and out as their classes and other responsibilities allow!midwest-law-evite-student-nov2016

Michigan State Univeristy College of Law Fall Seminar Series

Dear Pre-Law Advisor Colleague:

I invite you and your students to join two highly experienced pre-law advisors at our October 19 webinar, Should I Become a Lawyer?  A Roadmap for Those Thinking About Law School.

Our featured presenters are Diane Curtis, director of pre-law advising and senior lecturer at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and Valinda Lee, associate director of Career Planning & Resources at Scripps College in California.

This free webinar will be of special interest to undergraduates and those in the work force who are just beginning to think about a legal career. Our expert presenters will offer a series of recommendations for learning about legal careers, tips for assessing whether law school might be appropriate, and initial steps that should be taken by those who decide to attend law school. Following the presenters’ remarks will be a 15-minute Q&A session during which webinar participants may ask questions of the presenters.

Columbia Law School Live Online Information Session

The Office of Admissions at Columbia Law School is hosting a live online information session and Q&A on Wednesday October 26th, 2016 at 3:00pm ESTAssociate Director of Admissions Amy Hung and Suparna Reddy ’17 will address a variety of topics relating to the law school admissions process, curriculum, student life on campus, career opportunities in the Midwest, and more. columbia