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Georgia Wralstad Ulmschneider, J.D.
Associate Professor of Political Science
Campus Pre-Law Adviser
+1 (260) 481-6687
LA 219

Pre-Law at Purdue Fort Wayne is Here for You.

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Students, alumni, and community members interested in pursuing quality legal education share common questions and concerns about law school. The Pre-Law Program at Purdue University Fort Wayne is here to help you explore law as a future career and, if you decide to pursue law school, provide you with the information you need to make the most out of your future legal education.

Individuals who are serious about law school should consider this website as only one of the many resources to use when exploring a legal career and should consult the links found among its tabs, especially those for the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) at It is an invaluable resource for prospective law students with questions regarding law school, including searching for the right law school, fields of law, and LSAT testing dates. This website also plays a fundamental role in law school applications.

Regardless of where a prospective law student currently stands in the process ― deciding to apply, preparing for admission, or heading off to law school ― there is much information here to help them reach their goals.

Please go over the material on this website and then feel free to schedule an appointment with Campus Pre-Law Adviser Georgia Wralstad Ulmschneider at

Please consult the new Prelaw Handbook for more information on law schools, undergraduate preparation, the LSAT, the admissions process, financial aid, and more.