If you're like many who ultimately chose the legal profession, your first introduction to the law was probably through the big screen. After all, who wouldn't want to be a lawyer after watching the tense courtroom drama of a Navy court-martial or the vindication of two wrongfully-charged "yutes" in Alabama? Hollywood may be a good starting point, but if you're seriously considering a legal career, there's a wealth of resources available to prepare you for the journey. Pre-law internships and organizations, for example, provide a great window into different areas of the law and also happen to look good on law school applications. For more information on these options, the Pre-Law Resources section of FindLaw for Law Students is here to help.