UC Davis Pre-Law Boot Camp
Please consult the program website to confirm program details, including applicable deadlines.
The UC Davis School of Law Pre-Law Boot Camp is designed to assist high potential undergraduates with their preparation for admission to law school.
The program consists of a series of full-day Saturday presentations and workshops throughout the spring semester. These workshops occur during three to five Saturdays from February through March/April. During the program, participants prepare for the law school application process, gain insight into the law school experience and receive exposure to diverse legal fields. Program activities include: workshops on pre-law preparation and law school admission; presentations by law school professors, attorneys and law students; individual pre-law advising including their own pre-law action plan; critiqued writing assignments; possible scholarship assistance for an LSAT prep course.
Applicant must be a first-generation college student (no parent or legal guardian has a bachelor's degree), or come from an economically disadvantaged background defined as having a household income less than or equal to 200% of the federal poverty guidelines http://aspe.hhs.gov/poverty/.
The applicant's tax return is required, as is that of anyone claiming the applicant as a dependent.
Junior and seniors with a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher (as calculated on a 4.33 scale).
Usually early January.