Wofford’s pre-law program holds workshops and activities throughout the year aimed at preparing students for law school admission. During Interim, the college’s pre-law program facilitates internship opportunities as well as a class in which students move beyond the classroom into the courthouses and offices of judges, public defenders, solicitors and private attorneys across the Southeast. In addition, the pre-law program includes seminars that assist in the law school application process and regular talks on different aspects of the legal profession.

Gracie Hicks ’23

Meet Gracie Hicks ’23

Psychology major Gracie Hicks was one of three student co-founders of the college’s Law, Justice and Innocence Initiative, which has become the South Carolina Innocence Initiative. The organization raises awareness of wrongful convictions. She became passionate about the issue after a Psychology and Law class and was selected to attend the Innocence Network’s national conference. She’s studying at the University of South Carolina School of Law.

Wofford pre-law graduates have attended:

Baylor Law School
Charleston School of Law
DePaul University College of Law
Duke University School of Law
Emory University School of Law
Georgetown University Law Center
Harvard Law School
Howard University School of Law
Richmond School of Law
Stetson University College of Law
University of Alabama
University of Denver College of Law
University of Georgia
University of Miami School of Law
University of North Carolina
University of Oklahoma College of Law
University of South Carolina School of Law
University of Virginia
Vanderbilt University Law School
Wake Forest School of Law
Washington and Lee University School of Law
William and Mary School of Law

Contact a Pre-Law advisor:

Dr. David Alvis

Associate Professor of Government

Dr. John Fort

Associate Professor of Economics

Dr. Dawn McQuiston

Associate Professor of Psychology