Applying to Law School


The application process to law school might seem overwhelming. Your prelaw advisor can help you navigate the process. Taking the Prelaw Seminar will also help a lot.

Students will have to apply electronically through Law School Admissions Council. You will need to set up an account. The LSAC has a centralized system (Credential Assembly Service) that allows you to upload all your application material on your account only once. Your application material will be then compiled and summarized into a report. The report will be sent to the law schools to which you chose to apply. Please allow your prelaw advisor to access your data!