Outreach Alumni Advising

Pre-law advising, including timeline and strategy advising, personal statement and resume review, is available for Outreach Program participants and alumni. For advising, please contact the Outreach Program staff at 530-752-6477 or email to for an appointment and instructions. You may also take advantage of drop-in advising days and workshops during the year. Specific advising and workshop dates will be emailed to eligible participants and alumni and posted within the Facebook groups. The KHOP Facebook group is open to outreach program alumni only and it is great for keeping up to date on scholarship and internship opportunities, and alumni networking. Participants and alumni can continue to show their support by contributing to the UCDSOL Outreach Programs Facebook page.

UC Davis Pre-Law Advising

UC Davis undergraduate students and alumni receive pre-law advising through the Office of Educational Opportunity and Enrichment Services located in South Hall. For an appointment with a UC Davis pre-law advisor, please call 530-752-4475. For more information please visit:

Prospective & Current King Hall Applicants

If you are applying or are considering applying to King Hall, please contact our Admissions Office at 530-752-6477 with any questions you have about our JD program and the application process. Attending our Open House for Prospective Applicants in the Fall semester is a great way to visit King Hall and learn about the application process, financial aid, our programs, and services. You may also arrange to visit a class and take a tour. Visit our JD Admission page to view our catalog and determine when a King Hall representative will be in your area. If you are a current JD applicant, you can monitor the progress of your application via the Status Check Website

Online Resources

If you are unsure if a career in law is right for you, would like to research law schools, and want to learn about the law school application process below are numerous websites with free resources.

Law School Admission Test (LSAT) Study Resources

The Law School Admission Council, in collaboration with Khan Academy Online Learning, offers free online LSAT preparation course. The course offers a customized practice plan based upon your strengths and weaknesses and includes access to thousands of official practice questions from real LSAT tests. LSAC also offers a Fee Waiver Program for applicants who cannot afford the LSAT registration fee due to extreme financial hardship.


Financial Aid & Scholarship Resources

Once you decide that law school is in your future, begin to consider how you will pay for your education. Financial aid and scholarships are available for law school! The most common financial aid application law schools use to determine your aid packages is the FAFSA. The FAFSA is also required to borrow low interest federal student loans with flexible repayment terms. Remember to check specific requirements and deadlines for each school to which you apply.

  • Public Scholarship Listing - Check out the extensive list of scholarships for pre-law and current law students compiled by th UCDSOL Financial Aid Office.
  • Federal Student Aid Learn more about the types of aid that are available to students.
  • Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) It is likely you are familiar with this process as many students complete this each year of college. It is free to submit this application.
  •  UC California Dream Act webpage provided by the University of California, provides useful resources about the California Dream Act, which affords certain CA undocumented students financial assistance (loans, institutional aid) and eligibility for in-state tuition at CA public schools.