Law-Related Resources

Practice LSAT 2015

SLS Navigator   Stanford's excellent site provides clear explanations of an array of possible paths and lists courses associated with each.
LSAC's Advice on Financing Law School   The LSAC provides a list of financial aid options, guidance in determining eligibility, a step-by-step guide to applying for aid, tips on creating a budget, and links to helpful websites.
Law School Admission Test (LSAT)   The LSAC administers the LSAT, and their site provides registration materials, test dates, tips for preparing to take the exam, and score request information.
Preparing for Law School   The American Bar Association's discussion of the skills needed for the practice of law.
Credential Assembly Service (CAS)   The CAS, or centralized application service, provides a single location for application documents including your LSAT scores, LSAT writing sample, letters of recommendation, and transcripts.
Recommended Reading   To better understand the legal profession, dive into this list of law-related books, both non-fiction and fiction, compiled by George LaNoue, PhD (Hanover College '59), Research Professor of Political Science and of Public Policy at the University of Maryland Baltimore County.