|Description:||We have found that the two primary indicators of navigating law school and passing the bar exam on the first try are achieving the best possible score on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) and performing well in the first year of law school. If law school is in your future, then it makes sense to start on the right path with a bachelor’s degree that prepares you for success, and that is our law and policy: pre-law degree. Throughout this degree program, you will get exposure to some of the same topics you will encounter the first year of law school. Many of these courses are taught by the same law professors who teach these topics at Liberty University’s School of Law (LUSOL). Though this degree you will gain a deep understanding of constitutional law and history, legal ethics, logic, problem solving, and persuasion. In addition to our core classes, the pre-law concentration provides instruction on even more integral parts of the law like torts, property, contracts, and civil procedure.
Our professors teach classes from a conservative Christian perspective. We aim to prepare you to join, as our school’s namesake Senator Jesse Helms termed, “the war for truth and freedom.” By instilling a Christian sense of justice and civic duty, we will prepare you to make a positive impact on the world. The critical thinking skills you achieve through this degree will serve you well in the courtroom and building a strong spiritual bedrock will help you handle the forces you may face with honor and integrity.