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ABA-Approved JD Programs

Earning a JD degree from an ABA-approved law school is the most straightforward path to becoming a lawyer in the United States. 

Using LSAC’s Official Guide to ABA-Approved JD Programs, you can search for law schools by location, keyword, and UGPA/LSAT combination to find schools that interest you. Each school’s profile includes valuable information on admission data and requirements, tuition, special programs, student life, and more.

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With your free LSAC LawHub® account, you have access to the LST Wizard from Law School Transparency. Based on your interests and preferences, the LST Wizard generates a customized list of law schools for you and ranks them according to your priorities. With in-depth data about employment outcomes, student-debt projections, and more, your personal LST Wizard report will help you make strategic choices about where to apply and attend law school.

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Canadian JD Programs

Get concise descriptions of each law school in Canada, as well as information about Canada’s two legal traditions. Learn about schools' admission requirements, special programs, financial aid opportunities, and more.

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LLM, Master’s, and Certificate Programs

Learn about LLM, master’s, and certificate programs available in the United States and Canada here. Find information about individual programs, as well as other details about each school.

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Non-ABA-Approved Law Schools

Get links to the websites of non-ABA-approved law schools that use LSAC services. Before you apply, make sure to understand the limitations of graduating from a non-ABA-approved law school, particularly with respect to taking the bar exam.

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