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Lex Fellowship – Pre-Law

Lex Fellowship
The Lex Fellowship offers pre-law internships in various European cities for students to gain valuable legal experience while at the same time improving and demonstrating most of the competencies law schools evaluate. Therefore, through law firm immersion, participants will gain valuable legal understanding while experiencing vibrant cities that will enrich their appreciation of international cultures.

Furthermore, Lex is the only legal experiential education program tailored for pre-law students in and surrounding the college years. Their team has run study abroad programs for almost 15 years and pre-law-specific programs for over six years. After participating in Lex and graduating from college, Lex alums have gone on to attend most U.S. law schools. Simply put, Lex operates short-term programs (1-10 weeks) over school breaks, aimed at U.S. undergraduates, and taking place primarily in the U.S. and Europe. As a result, Lex programs allow students to gain relevant study abroad experience, understand the life of a lawyer, and stand out on law school applications.

At its core, Lex programs are robust regarding law firm exposure, legal training, and extended learning opportunities that prepare students for the law school admissions process and the first year. Housing accommodations, daily breakfast, weekly group meals, travel health insurance, cultural excursions, and on-site transportation are included. Each program has a dedicated Legal Associate to assist students during law firm visits and conduct legal training.
<br/For their regular programs, you must be at least 18 years old by the time your program is set to start, attending or recently graduated from college, highly interested in law, and exhibit; a preferred GPA of 3.0 or higher, Interpersonal skills, Commitment to teamwork, Professionalism, Flexibility in new environments, A clear vision for why the Lex Fellowship is the right fit for them at this time. If you are an international student, you are responsible for researching and acquiring any travel documents you may need in order to travel to your program destination(s).
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