The Pre-Law Program

The University of North Florida offers a Pre-Law Program to enhance the preparation of the undergraduate student interested in pursuing law school and entrance into the legal profession or a law-related career. The UNF Pre-Law Program is multi-faceted in the range of services offered to students preparing for the rigors of legal training.

 

Components of the program include thorough pre-law advising, curriculum analysis and assistance with appropriate course selection, preparation for the Law School Admission (LSAT) and participation in intercollegiate mock trial competition.

 

The Pre-Law Program assists students in acquiring the necessary background and skills for law school admission and provides the guidance and practical information to maximize the student's opportunities for success in the field of law.

 

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Director Martin Edwards is a Senior Instructor in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration. He is an attorney, retired from private practice in Jacksonville, and formerly with the State's Attorneys Office, and the Public Defenders Office 

 

Director Martin Edwards is a Senior Instructor in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration. He is an attorney, retired from private practice in Jacksonville, and formerly with the State's Attorneys Office, and the Public Defenders Office

 

Program Assistants Peggy Baldt and Catherine Moore honored by naming the Program Office 

 

Program Assistants Peggy Baldt and Catherine Moore honored by naming the Program Office

 

 

Pre-Law Plaque