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JANUARY 21, 2017

Preparing for Law School

Advice and Tips on Your Finances and Application

Pre-Law Advisers Explain It All: Tips for Aspiring Law Students

LSAC WebsiteExperience is power when you’re applying to law school, and that makes pre-law advisers the reigning monarchs of the realm. Years of guiding aspiring law students through the application process have taught the best counselors a thing or two about steering you to the right fit — or steering you away from the legal profession altogether. Here at Lawdragon Campus, we’ve culled their collective wisdom into a list of tips. Read more
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Law School Application Checklists

Law School Application Checklist

Applying to law school is an investment in time and money. Before you start the process, you should research law schools and talk to your pre-law advisor to decide if law school is the right choice for you. The key is planning ahead. When you’re ready to start, be sure to follow each school’s application requirements and deadlines. Read More

Your Guide to the LSAT

A Primer on the LSAT

The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a half-day standardized exam, administered by the Law School Admission Council four times each year at testing centers throughout the world. The exam is designed to gauge critical thinking, comprehension, analytical and logical skills to assess an applicant’s likelihood of success in law school. Read More

 

 

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