LSAC is committed to supporting individuals on their enrollment and learning journeys from prelaw through practice. You have an important role in guiding students on their path to law school. Here are materials created in support of your advising efforts that you can share with students.
You can download each PDF to print on-demand or distribute digitally.
LSAT Dates Poster
The LSAT is designed to measure the skills needed for law school and the legal profession. The QR code on the poster links to the LSAT Dates, Deadlines, and Score Release Dates page. You may download the PDF that you see represented in the image at the left, or order up to three printed versions of the poster. The printed posters each feature a single enlarged version of one of the three student images that you see on the downloadable version.
Prelaw advisors may request up to three posters by writing to prelaw@LSAC.org. You’ll need to include a street address so we can send you the posters via UPS.
Checklist for Applying to Law School
We know the journey to law school is different for every individual. This checklist can serve as a guide to help law school candidates plan and prepare to navigate the application process.
LSAC and the LSAT: A Proven Track Record of Supporting Legal Education
The LSAT is the only standardized test designed specifically for law school admission. Gain key insights about the test, its design, and why it is the trusted resource for law school admission.
Your Journey to Law School
Applying to law school requires planning. Learn more about the resources and application services that can help law school candidates prepare, apply, and choose the law school best fit for their goals.
LGBTQ+ Candidates: Navigating the Law School Search and Enrollment Journey
To support LGBTQ+ candidates on their law school journeys, LSAC’s Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Subcommittee has compiled a list of key questions that candidates can ask themselves and schools.