Law School Early Admission (3-3) Program
Students seeking law school early admission through a different department must complete the LSEA minor along with the program requirements of the department in which they major. A sample of the program majors which can be combined with the LSEA minor are: business (general, BBA), communications studies, criminal justice, economics, english, finance, history, management, marketing, philosophy, psychology, political science, sociology, and women’s studies.
Students wishing to pursue a 3-3 track should meet with a legal studies professor upon entrance to Hamline for assistance in planning their coursework. No entry form or commitment is required. If you decide partway through your studies that the 3-3 track is no longer right for you, then simply continue on with your studies and graduate in four years.
Please also contact the chair of the department in which you would like to major for more information.
The LSEA minor may be combined with a major in another department that is not listed above. To consider the possible options for another academic major with the LSEA minor, please contact the department chair in your major as well as the legal studies department chair for more information.
Participation in the 3-3 program does not guarantee you law school admission; students must take the LSAT and apply to and be accepted by Hamline’s School of Law.