Professor Wilson Parker discusses new pre-law program for undergraduates in Old Gold and Black

Wake Forest University School of Law is now offering a new pre-law program for undergrads during the 2012 Summer Session I.

The program will consist of two classes, “Lawyers and Legal Institutions” (POL 286) and “Advocacy, Debate and the Law” (COMM 370), and will be open to any student who is considering law school, regardless of their majors. The courses will be taught by Wilson Parker and Chris Coughlin professors in the law school.

 “The goal of the program is to provide students with enough information about law school so that they can make an intelligent decisions as to whether or not law schools is a good choice for them,” Parker said. Read the full story here.