If you’re an undergraduate, and you’re beginning to seriously consider a career in the law, it’s never too early to begin preparation. Currently an undergraduate with law school aspirations, Frank Monte of Centurion is now taking steps to do just as much, and has developed an appreciation for the level of preparation, hard work and sheer will it takes to best equip oneself for the next academic level.
Frank Monte, Founder of Centurion and longtime success in the business community, is setting the foundation for a future in law, nearing ever closer to law school each and every day. As he knows, doing so adequately is a multi-layered undertaking, involving:
–Careful selection of the right undergraduate courses. While it’s true that law schools accept students who have majored in just about any subject that’s out there, those who have studied such subjects as philosophy, international relations and classics tend to fare a little better in law school curriculums than others.
–Refining your writing skills. Law school courses tend to be writing-intensive, so taking steps to practice and refine your skills can provide a much-needed leg up once you’ve reached the next level.