The pre-law program at Siena College provides students with the information, background and skills to complete the law school admissions process. Our 4/3 admission programs with area and national law schools are an added bonus for qualified Siena students.
Siena College’s Pre-Law certificate program will give you a founding in legal principles. Although we don’t require you to take a specific sequence of pre-law courses, Siena offers a range of courses in writing, communications, math and philosophy that will hone your communication, critical and analytical thinking skills needed to take the LSAT.
Our one-of-a-kind Summer Legal Fellows experience coupled with business, criminal and constitutional law courses assist students in making the transition into law school. Eighty-five percent of Siena students who applied to law school in 2012 were accepted.
Siena has established a 4/3 program with several prominent law schools. In this program, qualified Siena students complete their undergraduate education at Siena and then continue their law education at Albany Law School, Pace University School of Law, or Western New England University School of Law. Admission requirements vary by school.
Sugam Langer ’07 Serves the Siena Way
It’s been a busy fall for Sugam Langer ’07. The championship tennis player turned lawyer spoke at the opening night gala at the U.S. Open and ran in the New York City Marathon to raise money for 15 Love, the Capital Region tennis organization that taught her the game. Read More
Constitution Day Focuses on Immigration Law
Siena College's annual Constitution Day celebration focused on immigration law with an engaging speech by nationally-recognized scholar Christian Sundquist, J.D. Read More
Lessons from Legal Legend
Pre-Law students from Len Cutler, Ph.D.’s Criminal Law of the 4th, 5th, and 6th Amendments had the opportunity to engage in an interactive dialogue, titled “Mental Illness and Those Incarcerated” with the Hon. Sol Wachtler, J.D., former chief judge of New York’s highest court, the New York Court of Appeals. Read More