Pre-Law Clubs and Groups
WSU Mock Trial Club
Mock Trial is both a club and a class at WSU. The course is built around a simulated trial of a criminal or civil case in which students pay the role of participants in a trial. The WSU Mock Trial Club helps students learn about the courtroom. Every year students are given a case and through use of rules of evidence, witnesses and attorneys, act out trials at different tournaments and in class throughout the academic year. WSU’s Mock Trial team participates in the national mock trial competition sponsored by the American Mock Trial Association as well as other invitational tournaments throughout the year. Learn more on their Facebook page.
Minority Association of Pre-Law
The purpose of the Minority Association of Pre-Law (MAPL) is to prepare and empower underrepresented students to pursue an education and/or career in the legal field. The Minority Association of Pre-Law provides a professional, educational, and supportive foundation and creates networking opportunities within the multicultural community in the legal profession, the multicultural population at Washington State University (WSU) and the community at large. Learn more on their Facebook page.
WSU Pre-Law Society
WSU Pre Law seeks to serve as an institution that brings like-minded students together in an effort to interact with, and examine the legal structures that govern our society. To this end, their engagements include Preparation for the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT). Learn more on their Facebook page.