About the Pre-Law Program
Drury’s strong liberal arts tradition is excellent preparation for the rigors of law school. Students who apply to law school with a demonstrated ability to think critically, write effectively and express themselves clearly are stronger candidates for success. In parallel with a student’s chosen major, courses in these areas enrich one’s grasp of the foundations of law in society:
New Pre-Law Scholarship Available
Pre-Law students are eligible for scholarships through the Meador Center for Politics and Citizenship.
Over 90% of Drury Students Are Accepted to Law School
Like all Drury graduates, pre-law students are in high demand. Over 90% of Drury students who complete the pre-law program and take the LSAT are accepted to law school. Recent Drury graduates have attended some of the nation's finest law schools, including:
Guaranteed Admittance to the University of Missouri School of Law
The strength of a Drury education is also the basis of the Judge Ross T. Roberts Scholars Program, that guarantees admission to the University of Missouri Law School for students who meet specific academic standards.
A few admission requirements include:
- Receive an ACT score of 32 or higher or an SAT composite score of 1410 or higher;
- Score in the 75th percentile or higher on the LSAT;
- Maintain and graduate with a grade point average of 3.5 or greater