The Pre-Law Society

About the Pre-Law Society

The Covenant College Pre-Law Society is a student organization sponsored by the history and politics department and headed by a student president and the faculty pre-law Advisor. The Pre-Law Society exists to serve as an aid and resource to those students considering or intending to pursue a legal education after college and to maintain a dialogue on campus regarding legal issues. The Pre-Law Society sponsors speakers on campus, organizes LSAT study groups, and helps to plan trips to law school campuses and local legal offices and courts.

Dr. Follett describes the pursuit of a career in law as a commitment to the practice of Christian service.

"Covenant is very academically rigorous. I hope to go to law school after I graduate and I feel that Covenant is preparing me to meet the level of academic rigor I will face at law school by teaching me skills in reading and thinking that I will use in graduate school and for the rest of my life."
 - Maclellan Scholar Louis Metcalfe '18

Jonathan Mullen

History major Jonathan Mullen practices transactional law while striving to "protect the reputation of the gospel" in his professional relationships.

Karissa describes her work as an assistant district attorney in Seattle and how her interdisciplinary studies major helped prepare her for her career.
April discusses the importance of internship experience when preparing for law school.