Individual legal courses allow you to establish other areas of interest. You gain the knowledge you need in law and develop an understanding of other topics which you can apply to your future legal studies.
Luther alumni with varying majors have earned law degrees. All Luther students engage in courses that teach them the communication skills necessary for law school.
Luther's liberal arts education focuses on critical thought. All majors gain the analytical capabilities needed in the practice of law.
In the past 15 years, Luther alumni with majors in accounting, business management, chemistry, classics, economics, English, French, German, history, philosophy, religion, political science, psychology, and sociology have earned law degrees.
Luther's liberal arts education helps develop analytical skills needed in the practice of law.
The best prep for a legal education is to take difficult courses from demanding instructors.Learn More
A small, personalized internship program where students live, study, and intern while earning a full semester of academic credit from their college.Discover the Experience
You can go to law school during your junior year with the 3+3 Option—an agreement between Luther and the law schools of Drake and University of Iowa.Learn About the Opportunity
See what our alumni are doing along with their graduate school and career experiences.Explore