Apply to Law School

Law School Admission Council (LSAC)
The most important resource you will use during your law school application process. Create an account and use LSAC to: 


  • Register and Prepare for the LSAT
  • Research Law Schools

  • Apply to Law Schools
  • Research Financial Aid
  • Locate Diversity and LGBT Resources

The Boston College "Applying to Law School" Online Workshop
Advice on how to build an effective application to law school, choose law schools and write a personal statement (13 minutes)

NAPLA Pre-Law Guide (DOC)
The Northeast Assoc. of Pre-Law Advisers (NAPLA) has prepared the Pre-Law Guide for those considering the legal profession, for undergraduates preparing for legal study, and for candidates applying to law school.

Law School Prediction Calculator Guide
A guide on the strengths and weaknesses of five of the most popular law school admissions calculators

Law School Locator (Created by Boston College)
The Boston College On-line Law School Locator lists the 25th to 75th percentile LSAT scores and GPA ranges of first year classes at accredited law schools. The Locator can help you identify schools where your scores and grades are most competitive for admission and help you gauge your chance of admission at a particular school.

NAPLA Law School Locator (PDF)
A matrix of the median GPA and LSAT Scores for accepted applicants to ABA accredited law schools.

Find the Best Law Schools
A searchable and sortable list of law schools in America. Sort by median GPA or LSAT scores, acceptance rate and tuition fees

U.S. News and World Report Law School Rankings
With U.S. News's rankings, narrow your search by location, tuition, school size, and test scores. Plus, see the top schools in specialties such as environmental law, intellectual property law, and tax law.

Equal Justice Works Guide to Law Schools
An interactive online resource of public service opportunities, curricula and financial programs at more than 150 law schools in the United States.

National Association of Law Placement
NALP is the premier resource for information on legal employment and recruiting.

The Council on Legal Education Opportunity (CLEO)
CLEO was founded in 1968 as a non-profit project of the American Bar Association Fund for Justice and Education to expand opportunities for minorities and low-income students to attend law school and become members of the legal profession by providing pre-law recruitment, counseling, placement assistance and training. There are programs and resources for each year of your undergraduate education.

National Jurist Pre-Law News
A leading news source for pre-law students.