Admission to law school is governed by the student’s college record, including the grade point average and letters of recommendation. In addition, the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is required and is a large factor in admission decisions. No standard prescribed curriculum of undergraduate study specifically prepares students for a law career or is required by law schools, although most consider a broad liberal arts program desirable. For further information, contact the Career Development Office or Roger Berkowitz, the prelaw adviser. Interested students can subscribe to the PreLaw Listserv by composing an e-mail message addressed to email@example.com.