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  • Student Voices — Pre-Health at Carthage — Carthage College
    Blumer 13 Professor Elaine Radwanski has a way of motivating and challenging all of her students I never would have been able to think so deeply about biology without her knowledge and inspiring attitude toward science and life Read more Tristin Nyman 13 I wanted to be a name not a number and have the ability to talk with my professors when needed Carthage gives me that Read more Read

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  • Resources — Pre-Health at Carthage — Carthage College
    aamc org students amcas Pre pharmacy American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Application Service http www pharmcas org Pre dental American Dental Association http www ada org prof ed programs index asp Pre veterinary Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges http www aavmc org vmcas vmcas htm Pre physician assistants American Academy of Physician Assistants http www aapa org education and certification physician assistant programs Keep Exploring Areas of Study

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  • Faculty — Pre-Law — Carthage College
    carthage edu 262 551 5397 Professor Jerald Mast primarily teaches and researches in the field of public policy particularly the ways in which public values opinions and participation affect the democratic character of decisions within Read more Brent McClintock Associate Professor of Economics Clausen Center 225 carthage edu 262 551 5852 Professor Brent McClintock is an economist and an attorney Prior to his employment at Carthage he worked as a senior economic analyst with the New Zealand Treasury His legal studies Read more Michael Phegley Associate Professor of Business Administration Clausen Center 214 carthage edu 262 551 2116 Faculty advisor for the Carthage Mock Trial Team and the Phi Alpha Delta Pre Law Fraternity Professor Michael Phegley is a practicing attorney with Phegley Laufenberg Jensen a practice that Read more Thomas Powers Director of the Social Science Program Associate Professor of Great Ideas and Political Science Lentz Hall 242 carthage edu 262 551 6332 Professor Tom Powers teaches Constitutional Law and Religion and Politics at Carthage His work related to the legal field explores the interrelationships between political theory and constitutional law in particular Read more Jeffrey Roberg Professor of Political Science Straz Center B10J carthage edu 262 551 5805

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  • Courses — Pre-Law — Carthage College
    courtroom work A range of courses offered through different majors and programs at Carthage provides further preparation for law school Some of those courses are listed below Others may be provided as topics or J Term courses so check this website or contact Pre Law advisors listed on the Pre Law home page to find out what additional possibilities may be available including internships Related courses offered at Carthage CRJ 2700 Criminal Law CRJ 3300 Mock Trial ECN 3300 Law and Economics MGT 3600 Legal Environment of Business POL 2900 Constitutional Law I POL 2910 Constitutional Law II POL 3930 Environmental Law POL 1910 Law and Society BUS 373 International Legal Environment of Business HIS 375 American Legal History Pre Law Majors If you are still undecided about your major you may want to consider the following as preparation for law school Business Economics Criminal Justice History International Political Economy Philosophy Political Science Psychology Pre Law Experiences You should also try to learn what law school is about and what the practice of law is like in the real world Carthage provides many learning opportunities to help you accomplish this including Carthage Mock Trial Team Criminal Justice 3300 Legal internships

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  • Internships — Pre-Law — Carthage College
    pre trials motions and trial Responsibilities will include conducting criminal background record checks preparing criminal complaints and orders walk through warrants interviewing witnesses investigating and researching criminal law matters and preparing jury trial notebooks and cases for trial In addition students will assist and participate in conducting traffic court pre trial conferences and negotiating traffic citations State Of Wisconsin Public Defender s Office Students will work closely with investigators and attorneys in the Racine and Kenosha County Public Defender s Office Students will learn from the defense perspective how criminal cases proceed through the criminal court system Students will assist Assistant State Public Defenders in the initial interview of clients as well as in their representation at first appearances and at trial Other specific responsibilities will include conducting legal research preparing and filing motions and orders locating and interviewing potential witnesses conducting background record checks serving subpoenas participating in scheduling hearings pre trials and conferences and investigating cases scheduled for trial Racine County Circuit Court Judges Students will work one on one with a Circuit Court Judge Students will assist in and perform various tasks that may be assigned during any given judicial rotation Assignments may include conducting legal research

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  • Law School — Pre-Law — Carthage College
    fall term Most law schools require the LSAT to be taken at the latest by December of your senior year for admission the following fall Your first step in initiating the law school application process should be to visit the Law School Admissions Council web site where you will find information on two important elements of the application process About the LSAT The Law School Admissions Test or LSAT is a half day standardized test required for all applicants to ABA approved law schools in the United States The Law School Admissions Council web site provides information about the LSAT how to register to take the LSAT test dates and locations and offers copies of old tests for sale as preparation materials The LSAC offers a centralized process known as Law School Data Application Service LSDAS for standardizing your undergraduate records to simplify the law school admission process By registering with LSDAS this process will prepare a report for each law school you apply to that includes an academic summary copies of your academic transcripts your LSAT score s and letters of recommendation Once your file is complete the LSDAS will submit these documents to each of the law schools you list in your LSDAS account You will still need to prepare and submit law school applications directly to your chosen law schools Preparing for the LSAT The LSAT is a standardized test that most law schools place great emphasis upon in the admissions process and the better your score the better your chance of admission to a particular school as well as to top ranked schools Most students find that taking a commercial preparation course specializing in the LSAT is vital to enhancing their prospects for getting the best score they can on the LSAT You should plan to

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  • Mock Trial — Courses — Pre-Law — Carthage College
    competitive Carthage Mock Trial Team and will represent Carthage in the annual American Mock Trial Association Tournament Students will receive 4 course credit hours in Criminal Justice as a part of their general electives In this course students study all aspects of trial court procedure and the litigation process They develop an understanding of how both criminal and civil trials work and learn about the various roles played by the participants in the trial court process Students act as plaintiff and defense attorneys prosecutors witnesses and judges Students also work on important skills such as public speaking critical thinking negotiation communication debating and team building Students take this course during the Fall Semester and receive course credit upon completion of the regional tournament and if applicable the national tournament which occur each spring Success in the regional tournament against teams from Marquette UW Madison UW Milwaukee Northwestern DePaul Loyola University of Minnesota University of Chicago and other regional schools will mean the opportunity to advance to the national tournament where up to 20 000 in scholarship money may be awarded Prerequisite Sophomore standing Enrollment may be limited and may require permission of the instructor Interested students should contact Professor Michael

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  • Phi Alpha Delta — Pre-Law — Carthage College
    activity and participating in field trips and other events The fundamental objective of PAD s pre law program is to help undergraduate students make an informed choice when selecting law as a career deciding which law school to attend and in preparing for the rigors of law school Phi Alpha Delta remains the only law fraternity and the only national legal organization of any kind with a national pre law

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