Resources for Pre-Law Students
Many organizations on campus support students interested in pursuing law or related fields. Please see the list below for a few representative examples:
- Black Pre-Law Society: The Black Pre-Law Society's (BPLS) purpose is to assist Black students in their preparation for legal careers and to provide valuable educational and social services to the Black community as a whole. Please contact the Black Community Cultural Center for an updated list of contacts.
- Derechos Latino Pre-Law Society
- Environmental Law Society
- Haas Public Service Center: Opportunities for public service across disciplines, fellowships, and more.
- Stanford Debate Society
- Stanford in Government
- Stanford Mock Trial
- Stanford Pre-law Society
Pre-law programming has been been cancelled for Spring Quarter. For up-to-date announcements, join the Pre-law email list.
The links below cover a multitude of resources that previous Stanford students have reported helpful.
Information Related to COVID-19 from LSAC: https://www.lsac.org/update-coronavirus-and-lsat
Law School Transparency
Our mission rests on the three pillars of our theory of action: reform, information, and accountability. We develop legal education policy ideas, shape the national debate of these ideas, and challenge law schools, state bar associations, and the American Bar Association to change business as usual.
National Association for Law Placement (NALP)
NAPLA SAPLA Book of Law School Lists
Online publication that lists law school academic programs, clinical programs, scholarships, admission policies, and other information. Individual schools should be contacted for more information.