Your first step towards a legal careerUH System Board of Regents' Academic Excellence Award Recipient
The award-winning UHLC Pre-Law Pipeline Program is designed to increase the diversity of law school applicants by providing law school preparatory resources – LSAT preparation, introductory law school classes, internships, and professional development sessions – for undergraduate students who are first generation, low income, or members of groups underrepresented in the legal profession. Students participating in this program will be equipped with the tools to handle better the demands of the LSAT and their potential law school careers.
This Program welcomes all undergraduate students who are first generation, low income, or members of groups underrepresented in the legal profession with a genuine interest in attending law school and pursuing a legal career. To be considered for the Program, students must hold a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better.
The University of Houston Law Center Dean, faculty, and administrators all require the best from the students who are accepted to the program. The expectation is that each student will fully dedicate their time and energy and demonstrate their commitment to the Program by being an excellent student (a student who is punctual, diligent, and always fully prepared for class) and an upstanding member of the law school community and the University of Houston. Students who do not adhere to the University’s code of conduct and the rules of the UHLC Pre-Law Pipeline Program and the University of Houston Law Center may be dismissed from the program.