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This site is primarily intended to be a user-friendly resource for undergraduates and college graduates who are considering law school and legal careers.
Different pages will be relevant to users at different stages in their journeys.
High school students will find the following pages useful:
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- Personal Statement (including the subpage giving examples of successful personal statements)
- Choosing a Law School
- Financing Law School
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March 10, 2016
- Mar 10 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. Moral Minorities & Making of American Democracy
Alma graduate W. Robert Schultz III has spent decades working on issues ranging from the death penalty to marriage equality.
“I have known that I wanted to be an attorney since I was a senior in high school. A large part of the reason that I chose to attend Alma College was its proven track record of placing students in law schools.” — Neil Youngdahl