Find the Right School
Before you apply to law school it is important to have an understanding of where you will have a competitive application so that you can develop a list of competitive, reach, and safety schools. Because of this, you must have an LSAT score in hand to discuss your school list with the pre-law advisors. A timed practice test score can be used to begin the conversation.
Once you have completed the LSAT, review the following links to determine the LSAT and GPA expectations of schools. This knowledge will help you evaluate where you might have the greatest chance for admission.
When considering schools, there are multiple facets to consider in addition to the admissions criteria including: size of school, programs offered, types of clinics available, diversity, and cost of attending. Be sure to reflect on what is important to you in your ideal law school.
How I Compare
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This tool will allow you to do a side-by-side comparison of schools based on criteria important to you. The information is displayed visually in easy-to-read graphs to highlight key diffferences and similiarities between the schools.
When you have completed your list, make an appointment to meet with Ms. Christine Falcone (schedule via Handshake) to discuss your application strategy.