Navigating Law School
You’ve decided to consider law school. Now what? You may find yourself unsure of where to start and we understand. We compiled some information from the Law School Admissions Council to help you navigate the world of law school and the legal profession.
- 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
GPA and LSAT scores factor heavily into admissions decisions, so the higher they are, the better. However, the range of scores and grade-point averages of accepted students varies by school. Data on the scores/grades of the applicants and admitted students at many law schools are available at the LSAC Official Guide to ABA-Approved Law Schools.
However, it is important to keep in mind that admissions officers look at your entire application, and, while the numbers may hold some predictive value, your personal statement and letters of recommendation will contain qualitative information that law schools will also take into account.
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