Definition of pre-law in US English:

pre-law

adjective

US
  • Of or relating to (a programme of) study in preparation for a course in law.

noun

US
  • A programme of study designed to prepare students for a course in law.

Origin

Early 20th century; earliest use found in Science. From pre- + law.

Pronunciation

pre-law

/ˈpriːˌlɔː/