Selecting your Schools
Research and visit prospective schools, if possible. Seek schools that will provide a good fit, based on your student profile (especially your cumulative GPA and LSAT score) combined with your personal preferences and career goals. To research individual schools, start by researching ABA approved and non-ABA law schools in the United States and Canada. It is generally recommended that you apply to ABA approved law schools (of which there are more than 200 in the United States).
Paying for Law School
Considering a Gap Year
We are here to help you determine the optimal application cycle for you. According to LSAC, only about one-third of law students enter directly from college. Other applicants choose to wait at least one year ("gap year") or longer after completing their undergraduate degree. These applicants may choose to enter the workforce in order to demonstrate their ability to succeed and to strengthen their qualifications for law school.