Collect the LSAS Law School Admission Test application from your advisor or request a copy directly from LSAS by phone at (215) 968-1001 or on the web athttp://www.lsas.org
Set up your Credential File online through www.Interfolio.com and have Letters of Recommendation sent to your account. Interfolio is an online credentials management service for starting, managing, and maintaining your credential files. To learn more or speak with someone who can discuss this credential management service and your options, please call (914-251-6370), email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit the Career Development Center (Student Services Building, 2nd floor).
Summer after your Junior Year
Request letters of recommendation from appropriate faculty.
Prepare Applications. Application should be submitted well ahead of the deadlines. Try to have all of your applications submitted by December 1st.
Check out http://www.lsac.org - The Law School Admissions Council website. You can find lots of resources, LSAT dates, links to schools, and other pertinent information.
Adapted from the article by William Weaver, J.D., Ph.D, Department of Political Science, University of Texas
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