This interdisciplinary program of study, although not a major program as such, is especially designed to attain the goals prescribed by the American Association of Law Schools for prelegal preparation.
An article from Muhlenberg's own Graduate/Professional School Guide specifically regarding Law School.
Law School Admission Council
You will find everything you need to know and all forms necessary for LSAT registration and use of LSDAS (Law School Data Assembly Service) here, in addition to a link to the Official Guide to ABA-Approved Law Schools and other relevant links. You will also find helpful articles on the application process and much more.
This searchable online guide to ABA approved law schools can be helpful in identifying a list of schools to which you want to apply.
The Law School Locator is one way to research potential law schools to apply to, based on the average GPAs and LSAT scores of their last entering classes. Specifically, the range finder lists the 25th to 75th percentile LSAT scores and GPA ranges of first year classes at accredited law schools, entering in the fall of 2010. It can give you a sense of what might be a competitive set of schools for you to apply to, but it by no means determines to which schools you should or shouldn't apply.
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) requires a considerable amount of preparation. This link will take you to information that can help you get ready.
The information on this web page will be of special interest to members of minority groups who are considering legal careers.
The Education Division of PRLDEF is committed to achieving diversity in the legal profession. Their expertise is in helping aspiring lawyers from diverse backgrounds achieve their goals.
The E-Guide is a new free resource that provides a broad range of information about public interest programs and curriculum at U.S. law schools.
A list of pre-law links from the Career Center's Graduate / Professional School Guide.