Pathway to Law School is for underrepresented college students interested in learning more about law schools and careers in the legal field. The initiative is designed to enhance opportunities and advancement in the legal profession for diverse populations. Ideally, students will spend two years at Rio Hondo College, transfer to an accredited undergraduate institution to complete their bachelor’s degree, and then be considered for a priority admissions review to one of the participating law schools.
During his time in the Pathway to Law program, Dylan was part of an internship program with the City of Whittier working for the Assistant City Manager. Dylan took classes in fundamentals of government and introduction to law and democracy. He was able to participate in law panels speaking to and learning from, district attorneys, public defenders, criminal lawyers, and judges.