Just a few years ago, law school apps were down so low that you could submit your applications in February and still have a decent shot at admission in many places. This is no longer the case! With application rates back up, the ideal law school admissions timeline has you submitting your applications by the […]
If you’re wondering whether to take the CLAT or LSAT, you’re in the right place. We’re going to look at the CLAT vs LSAT India, how they differ and compare, and whether you should give the CLAT or LSAT. Let’s start by looking at what the CLAT is exactly. What is the CLAT? The CLAT, […]
Since 2008, the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) has offered the LSAT India for students interested in attending law school in India. If you’re looking to learn more about the LSAT India and whether it’s right for you, you’re in the right place. We’re going to take a look at what the LSAT India is, […]
Want to find out the top 14 law schools of 2021? Learn about law school rankings and the scores and GPA needed to get into them here.
Who doesn’t dream of spending time on a beach in California? While you’ll spend a lot of time in the library as a law student, preparing for classes and exams, you’ll still have time to explore and have fun. So, why not study somewhere beautiful—at one of the top law schools in California! Check out […]
Wondering whether you should join a law journal in law school? Learn about the types of law journals and the process for joining a law journal here.
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The law school application process can be stressful and time consuming! Click here to get some streamlining tips that may help you breathe easier!
Have you ever wondered how the LSAT score scale works? What is the rubric they use to come up with this all-important score? Click here to find out!
Ah, the bar exam. There’s nothing like it. Freshly minted law school graduates get exactly one week, sometimes less, before they have to hit the books one more time. Only this time around, they are forced to learn 18 substantive areas of law in the span of two months. It’s brutal. Believe me, I took […]