The American Bar Association states that undergraduates can be admitted to law school from almost every academic discipline.
Students are encouraged to pursue a broad, yet rigorous liberal arts education in areas of study that develop:
- research and writing skills
- analytic/problem solving skills
- critical reading abilities
- oral communication/ listening abilities
3/3 Program with Accredited Law Schools
Consistent with the advice of law school admissions counselors, Doane does not offer a formal "pre-law" major.
However, you can earn degrees from Doane College and an accredited law school in a 6-year period through the college's law school 3/3 program. Students who are admitted to an accredited law school, including the University of Nebraska Law School, may receive a bachelor's degree from Doane College if the student meets all graduation requirements of Doane College and successfully completes the first year of law school.
Law School Placement after Doane:
Doane graduates have an excellent record of admission to leading law schools. Regionally, these include:
- Creighton University
- University of Nebraska
- University of Kansas
- University of South Dakota
Nationally, Doane has recently had admissions to such prestigious law schools as the:
- University of Michigan
- University of Iowa
- University of Virginia
- Seton Hall
- George Mason University
- University of Minnesota
Dr. Wendy Hind, is available to help students select courses that provide the rigorous academic experience necessary to help students learn to think critically and communicate both in written and verbal form. These skills will help students strengthen their academic profile and gain admission to law school.
Pre-Law Advising Contact:
Wendy Hind, JD, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Business