Saint Louis University’s Office of Pre-Health and Pre-Law Studies can help you network, gain experience, and find the career path that is right for you as a pre-law student.
Legal Studies Journal
Write for a legal publication before starting law school. Pre-law students at SLU have the opportunity to write scholarly articles on relevant legal topics as part of the Saint Louis University Legal Studies Journal.
As part of SLU’s mock trial team you’ll take on the role of attorneys and witnesses as you present legal cases in both invitational and regional tournaments.
Mock trial can be taken as a lecture course (PLS 3100: Introduction to Trial Advocacy) and as a lab (PLS 3200: Introduction to Trial Advocacy Lab).
Political Round Table
Discuss and debate hot button issues through the Political Round Table group. This student-run organization aims to offer free dialogue on campus while respecting the rights and opinions of all students.
Amicus Curiae Pre-Law Society
Network with other pre-law students as you prepare for your legal career. Amicus Curiae brings pre-law students together through social, educational and professional events.