High School Students
Interested in Law School?
The PreLaw Advisor, Connie Watson, and PreLaw Ambassadorsing Team Members at Texas Tech University are here to help guide you through the decision to pursue a legal education.
Considering Law School is a big decision, and should not be taken lightly. As a High School Student, it is important to take the time to explore your decision to fully understand what it means to study law. Obtaining an internship with a law firm, or shadowing a lawyer in your hometown, is a wonderful way to familiarize yourself with the law environment.
As an incoming freshman, knowing what major to study is the first step. There are over 150 different academic programs to choose from at Texas Tech University. Attending Law School does not require or recommend any specific major, however Texas Tech does offer a Legal Studies Minor for students who are interested in Law School upon graduation.
Once you become a student at Texas Tech, you are eligible to participate in the PreLaw Program. The Program provides students with access to Ambassadors for any questions they might have about the Law School Process. The PreLaw program is a free resource for TTU It is a free, four year program that allows stustudents to use and to become familiar with aware of the requirements for applying to Law School while also providing opportunities to develop skills needed as a student of law become more familiar with aspects of the application such as the , such as LSAT study groups to help you score your best on the LSAT. Each semester, the PreLaw program offers free Mock LSAT's for students, in the same location as the real exam, allowing pto practice the exam in what will be the an actual testing environment.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email our program today!