Stevenson University has no prescribed pre-law program. Pre-law programs are generally programs of advisement, working with students to select appropriate courses that develop critical thinking and analytical skills. Many students find Stevenson University's paralegal studies program, because it is a law program, to be an excellent pre-law option and many of our graduates each year go on to law school and become lawyers. Paralegal students can combine law classes with a series of designated liberal arts courses that develop critical thinking, writing, and analytical skills. Paralegal studies program faculty are experienced lawyers and judges. Stevenson University has a dedicated pre-law advisor within the paralegal faculty who is an attorney and can guide students in LSAT preparation and law school admissions procedures. An upper-level law elective is available to help prepare students for the Law School Admissions Test.