The University of Minnesota Law School embraces interdisciplinary learning and welcomes the diverse perspective brought to our classrooms by students pursuing degrees outside the legal profession. Many courses offered by the Law School are available to non-law students and can complement studies in other disciplines.
This program provides an opportunity for prospective students—especially historically underrepresented populations—to learn about the law school admissions process and prepare for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT).
Visiting Scholars and Researchers Program
Faculty, jurists, government officials, senior practitioners and Ph.D. or post-doc students conduct research within the field of law. The University of Minnesota Law School has excellent facilities for research, including one of the country’s largest law libraries with more than 1 million volumes. The Program is open to applicants from the U.S. and other countries. Download the application here.