The Law Scholars Program is designed for highly capable students who are interested in attending Seattle University School of Law upon completion of their undergraduate studies. The program is available to incoming first-year and transfer students in the College of Arts and Sciences and the Albers School of Business.
In addition to specific coursework, Law Scholars have access to the services and activities of the School of Law and Pre-Law Advising, which is housed in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Law Scholars who successfully complete the program are given a presumption of admission into the School of Law. Law Scholars who enter the School of Law will receive consideration for merit scholarships.
Law Scholars participate in specific classes that provide a strong foundation for graduate legal studies. These include coursework in these areas: political theory, the foundations of the law, history, civics and government, economics, logic, and ethics. In keeping with the mission of Seattle University, Law Scholars explore the values underlying the law and critically examine the American legal system and issues of social justice. Learn more.
Dr. Elias, Pre-Law Advisor, provides individualized advising to all Law Scholars oversees the student’s introduction to the School of Law.
School of Law Activities
Law Scholars will receive invitations to receptions, lectures, workshops, and law-related activities. Students may conduct volunteer work through the School of Law’s Access to Justice Institute.
Pre-Law Program Activities
Law Scholars have access to the services provided by the university’s Pre-Law Program, administered in the College of Arts and Sciences.