Although no particular program of study is required for admission to law school,
you should plan your coursework with the help of the college's pre-law advisor,
Associate Professor and Attorney John Fort. You also will want to explore to
take advantage of the pre-law internships that are offered throughout the year.
Get basic degree and contact information about the professors in
the department of Pre-Law.
Get a description of Wofford’s Pre-Law program. Information includes an overview of courses offered, any special
tracks of study and unique opportunities open to students majoring in Pre-Law
Wofford’s Sandor Teszler Library is open 93 hours a week and offers students access to the more than 360,000 items in its Collections.