Spring 2019 Meetings:
Personal Statement and Resume
March 28 - JAG
OU and OSU Reps
May 9 - Elections
What is the Pre-Law Society?
The University of Arkansas Pre-Law Society seeks to help undergraduate students intending to go into the field of law in any way possible. We help to lead the pathways for success to law school by providing invaluable information and techniques.
Benefits of Membership
Students will receive access to sit in on law school classes, enjoy a variety of guest lectures, and get overall prep on their journey to law school.
Qualifications of Membership
Membership is open to all currently enrolled UA students that are in good standing.
The Mission of the Pre-Law Society will be to promote interest in and knowledge about a pre-legal education for undergraduate students at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. To educate students about the detailed procedures and requirements to enter law school or any other paralegal professions. Form a strong bond uniting students and teachers of the University of Arkansas with members of the Bench and Bar in a fraternal fellowship designed to advance the ideals of liberty and equal justice under the law. Stimulate excellence in scholarship, inspire to virtues of compassion and courage, foster integrity and professional competence, encourage moral, intellectual, and cultural advancement so that each member may enjoy a lifetime of honorable, professional and public service.