Advising and events for students considering law school

Considering law school? Career Services is available to help you understand options, navigate the process, complete application materials and more. Karen Graziano, the prelaw advisor, is available to meet with undergraduates, graduate students and alumni interested in or applying to law school. 

For students or alumni considering law school, you can meet with Karen to learn more about understand the application process, including how to investigate a career in law and maximize your academic, leadership, and professional experiences at Princeton. If you're working on your application, Karen will teach you how to acquire the strongest recommendation letters, develop unique personal statements and essays that communicate your background and skills, identify appropriate schools, and network effectively with law school admission professionals, faculty members, and attorneys.

Students will also learn how to plan their outreach to learn more about the law profession as well as develop relationships with law school faculty members, admission professionals, and attorneys.

“The need to develop a legal network is the most overlooked aspect of pre-law advising,” said Karen. “Professional development is a step-by-step process, and developing a network before you arrive at law school will enable you to maximize your law school experience.”

You can schedule an appointment with Karen in Handshake. Karen is available for phone appointments on Friday afternoons.