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Welcome to the Pre-law home page at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. This page is designed to help students considering a career in law. To become a lawyer, it is essential that a student first earn an undergraduate degree. The actual major taken for the degree is less important than the skills that the student obtains to assist him/her in law school. Law school is normally a three year curriculum. Upon graduation students are eligible to take the bar exam and become a practicing attorney. However, to get to this point there are a number of choices a student has to make. These include what academic major and minor to take as an undergraduate, what law school should the student attend, and how to get into law school. To help you deal with these issues visit some of the pages listed above that have helpful information.

For further information contact:

Professor John F. Kozlowicz
Political Science Department
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
Whitewater, WI 53190
Office: Salisbury Hall 202
Phone: 414 472-1120

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Updated on June 7, 1998.