Chapter 8.4: Law School
by De Vann Sago, last updated 08/04/2016 by Bri Christophers
- Apply as soon as possible as most law schools operate on a rolling admissions cycle.
- Give your professors ample notice if you would like them to write a letter of recommendation on your behalf.
- Applying to law school is expensive. Save up and/or apply for fee waivers early.
- Consider taking an LSAT prep course or creating a study schedule that fits your needs.
- Determine the law schools you want to apply to based on the criteria you care about.
- Recognize that if you attend law school you will probably have to take out loans. If you are interested in public service remember that there are loan forgiveness programs.
- Make sure your personal statement is free of any mistakes.