The Pre-Law Program at Regis is offered for students who plan to apply to law school or pursue a legal career after graduation.
Pre-law is not a specific major at Regis; rather students are encouraged to pursue a major of interest that aligns with their career goals. A pre-law advisor works with students to select a curriculum that will best prepare them for the LSAT exam and legal field.
Regis has a 3+3 partnership with the Western New England School of Law to allow select students to potentially complete their undergraduate degree in three instead of four years and then begin their three-year law school program.
Pre-law students benefit from the unique values of a Regis education, which emphasizes character building and a commitment to social justice. In addition, students are guided towards courses that will help build the following skills recommended by the American Bar Association for law school applicants:
My internships at a Boston-area law firm and at the Massachusetts State House for then-Senate President Therese Murray exposed me to the day-to-day duties of an attorney and learned how the legislative process worked in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.