Resources for undergraduate students
Current undergraduate students interested in a career in psychology and law should review the page Careers in Psychology and Law, which provides an overview of the field, different specialty areas, and various training routes.
Many of the graduate programs in psychology and law (but not all) are available at the following links: clinical doctoral programs, non-clinical doctoral programs, and master's programs. These listings include dual- and joint-degree programs, and a collection of references about dual- and joint-degree programs. The Guide to Graduate Programs in Legal and Forensic Psychology, compiled by the Teaching, Training, and Careers Committee, is also a great resource.
Students from underrepresented groups who are interested in gaining more research experience to make themselves more competitive for graduate school should check out the Minority Affairs Committee’s Access Path to Psychology and Law Experience (APPLE) program.
If you were a major contributor to a project on a topic relevant to psychology and law, consider applying for the AP-LS Award for Best Undergraduate Paper.