Students with an interest in law school should take advantage of the pre-law advising services at the academic advising center. Their offices are located at 100 Farrior Hall and information can be found at http://www.advising.ufl.edu/prelaw/. You should also join one of the pre-law organizations on campus such as the UF Pre-Legal Honor Society, the Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Legal Society, or the Virgil Hawkins Society.
In addition, some programs provide additional training for law school such as those sponsored by the Council on Legal Education Opportunity (CLEO), the Summer for Undergraduate Program at Florida State University, the Charles Hamilton Houston Program, the Chicago-Kent Program, and the Thurgood Marshall Legal Education Opportunity Program. Students who are selected for these program take law courses from law professors, attend field trips, and receive preparation for the LSAT.