Developing the appropriate skills and knowledge for law school and future law practice can come from a variety of sources, and an interdisciplinary and liberal arts background is useful in building necessary analytical thinking, research and writing skills. The Pre-Law program at HWS provides extensive counseling for pre-law students throughout their undergraduate years as well as assistance with the law school application process.


Guard ’07 Reviews “Free Speech on Campus”

Guard Lou-00015HWS Vice President and General Counsel Lou Guard ’07 explores the First Amendment in the context of higher education in his review of Free Speech On Campus by Erwin Chemerinsky,…
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Langson ’73 Continues Fighting for Survivors

Langson 3Seth Langson ’73 has been an advocate for survivors of sexual abuse for more than 30 years, taking on both individual abusers and institutions, including the Catholic Church, to secure…
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Davis ’88 Cycles Across America

JudyDavisAn attorney, former police officer and lifelong athlete, Judy Davis ’88 was recently profiled in the Providence Journal as she bikes across America to create an Aquatics Endowment for the…
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Ramos ’85 to Deliver Convocation Address

Ramos MargaritaHobart and William Smith Colleges will welcome Margarita Ramos ’85, Global Head of Human Resource Compliance for Bank of America Merrill Lynch, as the keynote speaker for the 2018 Convocation…
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Fisher ’18 Pursues Human Rights Law at George Washington University

jackie fisherJacqueline Fisher ’18 knew she wanted to pursue a career in human rights advocacy after working closely with displaced individuals during a 2017 internship with Catholic Charities. This fall, she…
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