​​​Truth, justice and a successful career!


The law and the liberal arts program is designed to help students prepare for law school and for students who are interested in a broadly-based liberal arts education that focuses on the law.

Concerned about the cost vs. benefits of a law degree? 


Why Findlay? 

What can I do with a law and liberal arts degree? 


  • Legal careers rank in the top 10 for highest starting salary
  • More legal jobs are created every year, including new opportunities in Internet-based law, international business law and environmental law
  • Law is the background of choice for people working in the federal legislative branch of government, as well as for many business leaders
  • With the variety of educational opportunities available in Ohio and outside the state, a legal career is eminently affordable and is one of the most fulfilling paths to quality graduate education and careers that provide stability, status and income


Our program is the only pre-law program developed with the careful consultation and cooperation of all nine Ohio law schools: 

  • The Ohio State University
  • The University of Cincinnati
  • Case Western Reserve University
  • The University of Akron
  • The University of Toledo, Capital University
  • Ohio Northern University
  • The University of Dayton
  • Cleveland Marshall College of Law

Each of these law schools participated in the creation of this major and the individual course selections. 

Articulation agreements have been confirmed with both Ohio Northern University College of Law and Capital University Law School, provided UF students meet the specific requirements for each school.

Our Faculty

Findlay’s law and the liberal arts program faculty bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the classroom. They have extensive teaching experience, have earned law degrees from accredited programs and will provide counsel and advice beginning your freshman year.  

They will work closely with you on preparing to sit for the Law School Aptitude Test (LSAT) and the application process to law schools. A faculty member will be assigned to you to assist with course selection, career counseling and preparation for law school.