Practice LSAT Administration
|ABA 509 Reports
|Every law school is required to provide current specific data about their first year class acceptance rates, grants and scholarships, academic attrition, expenses, demographics, and employment. Find it here.
|AccessLex is a nonprofit organization that "supports you on your law school journey." It offers a searchable database of vetted scholarship opportunities not tied to specific institutions.
|LSAC's Charts by GPA and LSAT
|You will find overviews of every law school's program and offerings in information provided by the law school itself. At the bottom of the page, be sure to click on "Explore admissions data for...", where you will find charts that show acceptance percentages based on LSAT and undergraduate GPA.
|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.
|The Khan Academy is partnering with the LSAC to provide free LSAT test prep resources.
|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.
|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.
|Resources for Female Law School Students
|While this site targets women to help remove barriers to their success in applying to law school, there is helpful law school application information for people regardless of gender, as well as links to self-assessment tools, help in choosing a field of law, and much more.