Pre-Law Society Striving for Success


The Arkansas Tech Pre-Law Society strives to prepare for the LSAT, collaborate about current issues and network with other students looking forward to careers in law, politics and public service.

The purposes of the Pre-Law Society are to engage students in learning the process of applying to law school and to prepare members for the LSAT.

On Nov. 11, members will be attending Law Day at the Bowen School of Law in Little Rock. The organization also takes time to tour other law schools close to Arkansas Tech.

The Pre-Law Society brings in speakers each semester. This semester they have hosted Jay Hudkins, assistant professor of speech communication at Arkansas Tech, to discuss legal communication issues.

Julie Paladino considers it an honor to serve as president of an organization that has benefited her during her time at Arkansas Tech. “It has helped me gain more confidence in myself as a student and for my future goals,” Paladino said.

Students interested in the Pre-Law Society can attend meetings on Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. in Witherspoon 238. All majors are welcome to join.