LSAC is committed to supporting applicants on their law school enrollment journeys. Below are some free resources from LSAC and other organizations that you may find helpful as you pursue a legal education.
Starting Your Journey
We know the journey to law school is different for every individual. This checklist can serve as a guide to help you plan and prepare to navigate the application process.
With topics ranging from time management to preparing you for the LSAT®, LSAC services, and more, this webinar series is designed to provide answers to your questions and give you the confidence you need as you begin your journey to law school.
These four-week summer programs provide an intense focus on the skills required to succeed in law school, the law school admission process, and a legal career. There is no cost to attend, and participants receive a $1,000 stipend. LSAC’s PLUS programs are developed for, but not restricted to, college students from minoritized groups underrepresented in the legal profession and are designed for students in the first two years of college.
Applying to law school requires a great deal of planning. Learn more about the resources and application services that can help you prepare, apply, and choose the law school which best fits your goals.
Preparing for the LSAT
Like other high-stakes standardized tests, a key part of preparing for the LSAT is becoming familiar with its mechanics. To help you prepare for taking the LSAT, two full four-section PrepTests are available for free through LSAC LawHub, along with two full official three-section LSATs.
Khan Academy and LSAC have partnered to offer online, personalized prep materials to help you build the skills and confidence to succeed on test day.
Choosing a Law School
LSAC Law School Forums are a great way to drastically reduce the time and cost usually associated with finding the law school that’s the best fit for you. These free events provide invaluable opportunities for candidates to connect with representatives from 100+ law schools in one place — whether in-person or online. By attending an LSAC Law School Forum, you’ll be able to connect directly with law school representatives from across the country, attend exclusive workshops run by law school admission and financial aid experts, and get important information and answers to any questions you may have. Candidates interested in JD and LLM programs, as well as those who are considering law-related master’s degrees and certificate programs, are encouraged to attend.
LSAC’s Official Guides provide you with a wealth of information about law schools regardless if you’re planning to attend law school in the U.S. or Canada, or are interested in JD programs or LLM, master’s, and legal certificate programs. These searchable guides will help you find the law school that best fits your needs.
Legal education is a major investment in your future. In this guide, you’ll learn about the types of financing options available to you, how to apply for aid, and more.
Getting Ready for Your 1L Year
This free course reveals what law school is like and will also teach you strategies to achieve academic success. Taking this course will help ease pressure, lower anxiety, and give you the confidence that you are doing everything you need to be doing from day one of law school.
What is law school like? Themis Bar Review’s online Law School Essentials program features comprehensive review materials, issue-specific lectures, and assessment questions to assist students in their first year of law school and beyond.