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The Morehouse-Spelman Prelaw Society seeks to provide the pre-law community of Spelman and Morehouse College with resources and opportunities that will aid them in choosing and applying to law school. This includes mentorship programs, internship opportunities, practice LSAT’s, preparatory course discounts, and a host of legal and professional oriented sessions, workshops, and forums.

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The Morehouse-Spelman Prelaw Society seeks to provide the pre-law community of Spelman and Morehouse College with resources and opportunities that will aid them in choosing and applying to law school. This includes mentorship programs, internship opportunities, practice LSAT’s, preparatory course discounts, and a host of legal oriented sessions, workshops, and forums.

Category

Professional

Is this an AUC organization?

If yes, please check appropriate college/university where charter is held.

Morehouse College

President Name

Amelia Shaw

Advisor Name

Dr. Washington

What is your organization's mission statement?

The Morehouse-Spelman Prelaw Society seeks to provide the pre-law community of Spelman and Morehouse College with resources and opportunities that will aid them in choosing and applying to law school. This includes mentorship programs, internship opportunities, practice LSATs, preparatory course discounts, and a host of legal and professional oriented sessions, workshops, and forums.

Briefly state the purpose of this organization.

1. To develop civic-mindedness, continuity, and education of the Society membership;

2. To develop professional and ethical awareness about the legal profession within the Society;

3. To prepare students for law school and ultimately to prepare for careers in law-related fields;

4. To actively sponsor guest speakers, organize LSAT study groups, plan visits to law schools, coordinate mock trials, and engage and other appropriate law-related activities;

5. To operate with a particular sensitivity to committing to increase diversity and minority participation in law-related fields.

What is your procedure to select new members to your organization?

Membership is open to all students.

How is your organization aligned with the mission of Spelman College?

We believe that as an organization we help students develop ethical leadership skills, and expose them to prospective intellectual endeavors.