Cornell College has a long history of preparing its graduates for the rigors of law school and for success as legal professionals. Consistent with the best advice of law schools themselves, Cornell has no formal "pre-law" major and no specific list of required courses. The Stoll Program for Law and Society is designed to continue that tradition by offering students direct guidance and support throughout the law school admissions process. Faculty and staff pre-law advisors will help students narrow down a range of law school options, review personal statements, write letters of recommendation, and give feedback on admission offers.