Learn more about how to license official LSAT content for practice tests, coaching, book publications, marketing and more.
New Opportunities to License LSAT Content
Use official LSAT questions and disclosed tests in your prep offerings. Link to LawHub’s authentic LSAT test interface. This package works in conjunction with student participation in Official LSAT Prep® or Official LSAT Prep Plus® — see below.
$30 per student
Nonprofit institutions: $15 per student (if prep is provided at no cost to the student)
Use one full test (June 2007) and a variety of questions from PrepTest 65 in materials publicly displayed in marketing materials, on your website, and on other public channels.
$5,000 per year
Publish books with LSAT content.Use disclosed items or full prep tests in book publications that are sold commercially through online book sellers, independent book stores, etc.
Fees based on item/test usage
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