The process of applying to law school can be complex and, at times, bewildering. This web site will hopefully offer you guidance and information necessary to make the process go as smoothly as possible. This is the centralized resource for all of your questions as well as for news about relevant opportunities and organizations.
The site is organized around common questions that students raise about law school.
- Is law school the right choice for me?
- What should I do to get ready for law school?
- How do I prepare for the LSAT?
- How do I decide which law school is right for me?
- What is the CAS?
- How do I actually apply to law school?
If you cannot find the answers you want here, you may request individualized advice from the Pre-Law Advisor, Dr. Leigh Bradberry, who is a full-time Political Science professor. Her email is firstname.lastname@example.org. However, before contacting Dr. Bradberry, please explore the wealth of information available on lsac.org's website as many questions can be answered there.
The Judicial Internship is a program where CSUN students are placed with Superior Court judges for a semester. Interns have virtually complete access to what is happening in the courts including settlement conferences in chambers, motion hearings, jury selection, and trials. Applications can now be accessed here: Judicial Internship Application.
If you have any questions, contact Dr. Virginia Lussier at