About Pre-Law at CU Boulder
Academic Advisor Tony Bastone (right) enjoys the company of the Honorable Daniel Procaccini, Associate Justice, Rhode Island Superior Court, 2012
If you are thinking about attending law school after you graduate from the University of Colorado, then the Pre-Law advisor at the Pre-Professional Advising Office can help you achieve your goal. Each year, several hundred CU graduates are accepted by law schools all across the nation. Working with the Pre-Law advisor can help you determine, first, if law school is the right choice for you, and then can help you determine your path through your undergraduate preparation and the application process.
Pre-Law advising is a part of the Pre-Professional Advising Center, located in University Club, 111. You may also contact Academic Advisor Tony Bastone, the pre-law advisor, at email@example.com or (303) 735-3000.
You can make an appointment by clicking the "Make an Appointment" button in the left sidebar. If you are not a current student, but attended CU Boulder in the past, you may call 303-735-3000 to make an appointment.
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Thinking About Law School?
Law School Information Day: Wednesday, March 20th 2013
University Memorial Center Aspen Rooms (285-287)
1:00 p.m. — 4:00 p.m.
CU Law, DU Law and Wyoming Law School will have Admission's Office representatives to answer your questions.
2:00-3pm on "Paying for Law School";
3:00-4pm- Law Students Panel
FREE and OPEN to ALL.