PRE-LAW INDUSTRY DESCRIPTION
Pre-Law involves learning various multifaceted
programs relating to how laws work, how they’re made,
how they apply to society and law in general. Students
will learn the practicality of laws and how they are
shaped by various sources.
The Pre-Law program coursework varies depending on which role you are interested in pursuing. The pathway can vastly vary from legal assistant certificated to law school.
Graduates will develop skills in:
- Documenting a variety of behaviors and events in a manner that is specific, clear, grammatically correct,
culturally sensitive, and legally defensible.
- Applying basic methods of institutional management and rehabilitative practices.
- Applying basic theories for the causes of crime and dynamics of criminal behavior. Applying the laws regulating institutional conduct in a fair manner.
- Administrative Law Judges, Adjudicators, and Hearing
- Arbitrators, Mediators, and Conciliators