About the Program
- Temple Law Scholars receive provisional admission* to Temple’s Beasley School of Law.
- They complete undergraduate requirements in the Honors Program at The Fox School.
- Those who wish additional work experience can defer matriculation into law school for a year.
4/3 Option: Enriched Experience
- Temple Law Scholars receive a BBA upon completing four years of study at The Fox School, taking full advantage of the programs and services available to honors students.
- They receive the degree of Juris Doctor upon successful completion of three years of study at Temple’s Beasley School of Law.
This program is open only to honors students with:
- high class standing and SAT scores,
- superior letters of recommendation,
- exceptional writing skills as evidenced by a thoughtful, articulate essay on a topic assigned by the Temple Law Scholars Admission Committee
- experience in community service and leadership positions
- a genuine interest in the legal profession
This highly selective program provides:
- Solid understanding of business and business practice as well as of legal studies
- Enriched undergraduate experience both inside and outside the classroom, through curricular and co-curricular opportunities offered by The Fox School, its student professional organizations such as Phi Alpha Delta pre-law society, and its Center for Student Professional Development, special lectures and events; mentoring by both law school and legal studies faculty, students and administrators, visits to law school classes, and more.
- Opportunities to gain experience through legal internships in the Philadelphia area.
- Simultaneous admission to two internationally acclaimed colleges of a Research I University with campuses and programs throughout the Greater Philadelphia region and around the world.
* Matriculation into Temple’s Beasley School of Law depends upon: completing at least 93 credits of undergraduate work at The Fox School and a 3.45 grade point average; placing in the 80th percentile on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT).
For additional information, please contact:
Assistant Professor, Legal Studies Department
Dr. Paul Crowe
Associate Professor of Philosophy