Liberty University

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Lynchburg VA 24502 

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Bachelor of Science in Law and Policy - Pre-Law

Navigating law school and passing the bar exam on the first try are achieved by obtaining the best possible score on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) and performing well in the first year of law school. Liberty University’s Bachelor of Science in Law and Policy – Pre-Law is deliberately designed to give you the best chance at success in law school by providing a solid foundation on which to build your legal career. To help better your chances of success in law school, we provide instruction on some of the same topics you will encounter the first year of law school. Many of these courses are taught by the same law professors who teach in Liberty University’s School of Law (LUSOL). These courses include criminal law, jurisprudence, and American Constitutional Law. We seek to instill the qualities of duty, honor, and morality in our students. Our professors instruct from a conservative Christian perspective and hope to help you build a solid foundation on which to build your legal career. By keeping to the principles first espoused by our school’s namesake, Senator Jesse Helms, we endeavor to assist you in making a significant impact for Christ in the legal profession.

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