Applying to Law School

Application Timeline

 Study for the LSAT (at least 3-6 months)

Most people require lots of time to practice and be ready to take the LSAT. We recommend studying at least 1-2 hours a day for 3-6 months. A competitive score will get you into the law school you would like to attend and access to more scholarships and grants.

  Take the LSAT

Take LSAT with enough time to apply October-December a year earlier than you want to start law school. 

  Work on your Personal Statement, Resume and any other Supplemental Essays

Each law school has different requirements. Check each of their websites for information.

  Application Opens

Most law schools open their applications late summer through fall.

  Ask for your Letters of Recommendations

Request that your recommenders submit the letter before your personal deadline.


  Request your transcripts to be sent to LSAC

Your school/transcript servicer must send the transcript with a form provided by LSAC.

  Personal Deadline:

Submit your application at least 2-4 weeks before the published deadline.

  Published Law School Deadline

Last chance to submit your application to be considered.

Common Terms

A glossary to all the jargon and acronyms that every law school applicant needs to know

Application Frequently Asked Questions

FAQs on choosing a law school, the role of law school rankings, etc.



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