Financing Your Law Degree

Most law schools offer some sort of financial assistance, but this is not always guaranteed for the length of the program.  Many schools offer merit-based, need-based scholarships, and loan repayment assistance programs. It is important to become familiar with resources available to you as you navigate this process.

Review Financing Your Legal Education to become knowledgeable on key terms, resources, and the process in place to support your law school funding.

Create a custom financial worksheet for your prospective schools to easily compare your financial options and to clearly see differences in your options.  Discuss your worksheet with the pre-law advisors in an appointment.

Utilize Analytix by AccessLex to view side-by-side financial information on each of your schools.  Compare cost to matriculation, bar passage rate, and outcomes to see how cost (and even rank) does not always mean "better".

If you want to discuss your financial situation as it relates to law school and your options with a financial counselor, schedule a free 1:1 conversation with AccessConnex by AccessLex.