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Pre-Law Program Aims to Be National Model

Posted Aug 7, 2008 8:11 AM CDT
By Molly McDonough

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Illinois' Bradley University announced this week that it is opening a pre-law center to improve law school prospects for undergrads who aspire to join the legal profession.

The university intends to hire a full-time director in September, preferably a lawyer looking for a career change, and have the center fully functional by the spring semester, the Peoria Journal Star reports.

Among the center offerings: law classes, personalized counseling, and LSAT prep.

Bradley hopes its pre-law center will become a model for others because it will have a full-time director.

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