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Criminal Justice & Law School

Criminal Justice


There are no specific undergraduate degrees that give you an advantage on getting into law school. Most law schools require a degree (or at least two years of undergraduate studies), high marks in those courses, and a high score on the LSAT exam. You could take an undergraduate degree in an unrelated area such as Zoology, write a good LSAT, and be accepted.

In the end, an aspiring law school student should enroll in a program that he/she will enjoy so it will be easy to motivate yourself to do well. We have had many students who enjoyed criminal law and other aspects of our program and have gone on to law school in Manitoba and other schools across Canada.

The University of Manitoba Faculty of Law website