LawHub Prelaw Success Live Events

The path to law school is a dynamic one, and LawHub™ is here to help you navigate your journey. Join us for a series of live, online events designed to keep you informed, with topics ranging from mental health to LSAT prep, LSAC and LawHub services, and more. This series will give you the answers and confidence you need as you begin your journey to law school.

If this is your first time joining us for a virtual event, please create and sign into a free LawHub account. Your LawHub account will also give you access to many more free resources that will help you prepare for what’s ahead, no matter where you are in your prelaw journey.

Upcoming Events


Law student at laptopJune 26, 5:00 p.m. ET

How the LSAT is Changing in August

Wednesday, June 26, 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. ET

Starting with the August 2024 LSAT, the multiple-choice portion of the test will consist of two scored Logical Reasoning sections and one scored Reading Comprehension section, plus one unscored section of either Logical Reasoning or Reading Comprehension.

This change is the result of extensive research and is designed to ensure that every test taker can demonstrate their logical reasoning skills to the best of their abilities.

The LSAT will continue to assess the reasoning, reading, and writing skills that are essential for success in law school and the practice of law.

Join us June 26 for an update from Anna Topczewski, LSAC’s director of assessment sciences, who will outline the changes coming to the LSAT in August, explain the test prep options available to you through LawHub, and answer your questions about the upcoming test cycle.

Who Should Attend: Anyone interested in taking the LSAT

How to Register: Registration will open in early June.

Law student at laptop taking notesJuly 24, 5:00 p.m. ET

What is LSAT Argumentative Writing?

Wednesday, July 24, 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. ET

Starting July 30, 2024, LSAT Writing will become LSAT Argumentative Writing.

Persuasive writing skills are key to law school success. Law school faculty care about their students’ ability to organize evidence into a position and argue logically in writing that is structurally sound. In fact, in LSAC’s most recent LSAT Skills Analysis Study, law school faculty identified these writing skills as among the top 10 skills needed for success in law school.

LSAT Writing is included in the LSAT® to give law school candidates the opportunity to demonstrate their persuasive writing skills. Although LSAT Writing samples don’t receive a score, they are considered by law school admission committees when reviewing applications.

LSAT Writing is a remote-proctored online writing exam, delivered through LSAC LawHub®. The test lasts 35 minutes and can be taken on demand from anywhere in the world with a strong and stable internet connection.

Join us July 24 for an informative live event in which Dan Shaw, LSAC’s director of assessment development, and Anna Topczewski, LSAC’s director of assessment sciences, explain the changes coming to LSAT Writing and what the new LSAT Argumentative Writing means for you.

Who Should Attend: Anyone interested in taking the LSAT

How to Register: Registration will open in early June.

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