Lawyers do an enormous amount of writing. They draft correspondence, memoranda, briefs, contracts, wills, and other documents daily. Your law school education will prepare you for practice by requiring a demanding regimen of written composition. You are encouraged to prepare for law school by electing undergraduate courses that
- require substantial written work,
- provide a system in which the instructor regularly reviews and comments, and
- allow students to rewrite their written work. Also, foreign language study improves both your understanding of the world and your ability to read and write English.