Guidance and Opportunity
Hiram wants to help you prepare for law school admission, so we have prepared resources to help you achieve your goal. Certain courses, such as American government or those in American Constitutional law, are normally selected by the preponderance of law school candidates not only at Hiram but elsewhere.
Hiram faculty are eager to advise students on identifying law schools that are a fit and assisting them in the application processes. The Career Center serves as clearinghouse for application forms, catalogs, handbooks, and other printed materials of use to law school candidates.
Hiram College offers a 3+3 BA/JD program, which allows eligible students to enter one of three Law Schools in Ohio after completing three years at Hiram. Eligible students will then complete three years of study at their choice School of Law to complete their BA/JD.
Students can attend:
- The University of Akron School of Law,
- Case Western Reserve University School of Law,
- or Cleveland-Marshall College of Law with this program.
Students who wish to pursue the pre-law concentration frequently choose from the following majors:
Often, students will also pursue a minor in one of the following:
Public Leadership – Ethics – International Studies