Navigating to Law School
To Law School, or not to Law School…
Here is basic some information from the Law School Admissions Council to help students navigate the world of law school admissions and understand what to expect. For a more in depth resources and information, register as a Pre-Law student and get access to the PLRC’s full digital library and events.
- Searchable Guide to Law Schools
- Law School Links
- How to Evaluate Law Schools
- Assess Yourself Realistically
- Meet Law School Reps
- GPA and LSAT Scores
- Writing Skills
- Work Experience
- Community and Extracurricular Activities
- Letters of Recommendation
- Individual Character
According to the American Bar Association, African-Americans and Hispanics have each made up just 5%, and Asian-Americans just 2%, of all practicing attorneys in the U.S. during the past decade, a stark contrast to the general population.
Expanding diversity in the legal profession is not just about the law school application stage, it requires efforts throughout the academic-career pipeline. The PLRC is a pivotal resource for students seeking unique opportunities and looking to maximize their educational opportunities.
Interested in learning more or want to talk with like minded individuals, email the Pre-Law Resource Center at firstname.lastname@example.org today to explore the possibilities!