The Pre-Law Transfer Student Project arose from a series of discussions at pre-law advising conferences.  Advisors from two-year institutions worried their students were at a disadvantage when they arrived on the campuses of four-year institutions, and advisors from four-year institutions lamented that they found it difficult to build bridges with advisors at two-year colleges.  Everyone agreed that the students at two year schools were underserved. 


This project seeks to ameliorate that problem by offering resources for all of the stake-holders and ultimately creating a network of students and advisors who can work together to achieve the best possible outcome for transfer students seeking a legal education.

A key component of that process is connecting people.  

Questions:  E-mail

Pre-Law Advisors:

Send informative links or useful resources to


Join the conversation by joining the Google group.

Request membership at 

Please send

  • Your name as you would like it to appear in the group

  • The e-mail address to which you want messages sent

  • Your institution

  • Whether it is a two-year or a four-year institution

  • Whether you are a dedicated advisor or a faculty advisor

This information will help us start creating a better picture of the advising landscape for transfer students.