WELCOME PRE-LAW STUDENTS!
By way of introduction, I am the Pre-Law Advisor at Johns Hopkins University (JHU). Since you indicated an interest in law school/pre-law in your admissions application, we took the liberty of signing you up* for the “jhugradyear202Xlaw” listserv. Along with other important announcements and relevant information, you will receive (during the academic year) a bi-weekly “Pre-Law eNewsletter,” which highlights relevant media items, opportunities, related programming and a featured interview with a JHU alum currently in law school, a JHU alum in a gap year before/while applying to law school, or an attorney in a practice area of interest.
DON’T MISS THE PRE-LAW STUDENT ORIENTATION SESSION DURING ORIENTATION
The first step in pursuing your interest in law school? Attend the orientation program, Pre-Professional Advising Talks: Pre-Law! The time and location of this program will be announced in your orientation materials. To be covered: What have you heard about being a pre-law student? Come to this program to discuss what being a pre-law student at Johns Hopkins entails. This program will also present the services available to pre-law students through the Office of Pre-Professional Programs and Advising.
LEARN MORE ONLINE
As a first-year pre-law student, it may be helpful to review the pre-law section of our office’s website.
The pre-law student section of our website includes information regarding pre-law specific study abroad programs, a timeline, legal internship and work opportunities, and more.
SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT
Once you’ve attended the pre-law student orientation session, if you would then like to learn more, you may schedule an appointment for an individual advising appointment with me. Appointments are 30 minutes each and can be used to tailor a plan for your specific trajectory and goals.
Ana L. Droscoski, Esq.
Office of Pre-Professional Programs & Advising