Our pre-law group consists of of faculty, staff, and students from several programs including:
- • Political Science
- • History
- • Psychology
- • Sociology
- • Management
- • Career Services
- • Criminal Justice
Our group's goal is to prepare students interested in going on to law school. We do this through one-on-one advising, relevant course enrollment and planning, preparation for the Law School Admissions Tests (LSATs), the law school application process, and the expectations of rigorous law school programs.
Political Science; History; Public Policy; Criminal Justice; Sociology. These are among the most common majors of students seeking entry to law school. But law schools also look for candidates with a diversity of academic experiences. Some supplementary fields include Philosophy, Biological Sciences, Management, English, Sciences, Humanities, and beyond. Our campus offers courses related to
- • the American legal and judicial systems
- • constitutional law
- • business law
- • civil liberties
- • political process
- • public policy
- • accounting
- • forensic and legal psychology
and other aspects of the field of law.
Pitt-Greensburg has had a strong success rate of placing students into law schools. We have placed students at the law schools of Duquesne University, the University of Pittsburgh, Wayne State University, Ohio Northern University, American University, and many others.
Are you interested in following a career in law or going on to law school? Join the Pre-Law Group at Pitt Greensburg! Faculty and staff from many programs and departments, are here to advise students wishing to go onto careers in law and on to law school. Please contact us if you are interested in our group and our activities!
If you have any questions about the Pre-Law Group at Pitt-Greensburg please contact:
Dr. Jonathan P. Vallano, Pre-Law Advisor
Associate Professor of Psychology
150 Finoli Drive, Powers Hall 120
Greensburg, PA 15601