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P R E - L A W   A D V I S I N G

Check out future Pre-Law events at: Register with the pre-law office, or sign up for our listserv at For more information, please contact Elise Jaffe, Director of Pre-Law Programs and Pre-Law Advisor. To schedule an appointment, call 212.772.4882.


January Moot Court Class!

Do you love to argue? Are you quick on your feet? Whether you are a philosopher who loves to explore concepts of morality or a math major with a keen analytical mind, you might enjoy our January Intersession Moot Court.

Moot Court is a challenging one-credit course that simulates the appellate court setting. Students become knowledgeable about existing legal controversies, prepare legal arguments, and present a case before a mock judicial panel. Students also gain insight into court-based decision making, as well as the role of lawyers and judges within the process.

Starts January 2, 2015
Now Accepting Applications

For more information, or to apply, click here.


Exclusive Session with Presiding Judge at Brooklyn Mental Health Court

Judge Matthew J. D'Emic presides over the Brooklyn Mental Health Court, which works with approximately 100 felony and misdemeanor defendants each year. The Court aims to improve the court system's ability to identify, assess, evaluate and monitor offenders with mental illness, create effective linkages between the criminal justice and mental health systems, and improve public safety by ensuring that participants receive high quality community-based services.Judge D'Emic will host this special exclusive session for Hunter students.

Date: Wednesday, October 29
Time: 1:00 pm (Arrive at 12 noon, to allow 1 hour to pass through security)
Place: 320 Jay Street, Supreme Court – Criminal Term, Brooklyn


For more information, please contact the Pre-Law Program at 212.772.4889, or email


Stipends Available for Law School Application

A limited number of stipends (10-15) are available to cover the costs – up to $1000 – of LSAC and individual school application fees. Students and alumni who are committed to attending law school will be considered on the basis of academic merit.

Stipends will be awarded only to

  • Matriculated Hunter students and alumni (graduated since 1/1/2011)
  • Applying to law school this cycle (2014–2015)
  • Applying for entry into law school in 2015.

Deadline: January 10, 2015

Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. Applications will not be reviewed without a reported LSAT score.

To Apply:
Complete the application form by clicking here.

Be sure to include the Stipend Application Worksheet 2014 with application. Those under consideration will need to have this worksheet reviewed and approved by the Pre-Law Advising Office in a subsequent meeting (i.e. after you apply). You will be contacted directly by the office.


P R E - B U S I N E S S   A D V I S I N G

Are you considering a career in business, and want to keep up-to-date on pre-business events? Subscribe to the Pre-Business Listserv at Click on PREBUSINESS-L and select "Subscribe" from the "Options" table.


P R E - H E A L T H   A D V I S I N G

The Pre-health Advising Office serves as a liaison between pre-health professional students, faculty, Hunter campus community, and health professional schools. Our services enhance recruitment, retention, and competitiveness of Hunter College students in navigating pre-health curricula and health professional school applications

Please return to this page for news about future Pre-Health events and programs, or visit


G R A D U A T E   S T U D Y   A D V I S I N G

It is never too early to explore your educational and career goals and determine how graduate school may help you reach them. If you would like to discuss the process, please email Myrna Fader, Graduate Study Advisor, at Advisers in the Office of Advising Services, Career Development Services, and your academic major department can also assist you in the decision-making process.


Senior Year Network Event

Get Ready for Graduate School!

Take advantage of these events that are designed to help you get into graduate school. All students are welcome.

Graduate Programs in Psychology and Related Fields

Speaker: Lynne Kemen, Ph.D. Psychology Department
Date: Tuesday, October 28

Time: 1:00 – 2:00 pm
Place: Room 805, East Building

Writing the Statement of Purpose for Graduate and Professional School

Speaker: Dennis Paoli, Director of the Reading/Writing Center
Date: Tuesday, October 28

Time: 3:00 – 4:30 pm
Place: Room 805, East Building

Tips for Pursuing Research Opportunities and Graduate School

Regina Miranda, Psychology Department, Michael Steiper, Anthropology Department, and Keith Okrosy, Career Development Services
Date: Wednesday, October 29

Time: 1:00 – 2:30 pm
Place: Room 704, West Building

Getting Into Hunter's Silberman School of Social Work

Speaker: Gwynne Mitchell, Silberman School of Social Work
Date: Wednesday, October 29

Time: 3:00 – 4:30 pm
Place: Room 805, East Building

For more information about these and other events coming up for seniors, please visit the sponsors' web sites Career Development Services, Graduate Studies Advising, and SciMON - Science Math Opportunities Network.





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