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JD Admissions CalculatorCalculate your chance of admission at different schools based on your GPA and LSAT score. Law school admissions calculators are quite rigid and fairly accurate, so this tool can give you a useful sense of your own competitiveness.
Written by the former Dean of Admissions at the University of Chicago Law School, this is a no-nonsense guide to the application process, covering everything from the importance of the LSAT to the role of ethnicity, background, and age. Recommended reading for anyone feeling confused by the process.
A straightforward “where, when, how” guide to navigating the law school admissions system. Gives advice on how to craft an effective personal statement, whom to ask for recommendations, and much more.
General blog about all things Law School.
An immense resource of online forums covering law school applications, LSAT preparation, financial aid, and everything else you may be wondering about.The Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) Homepage
Here you will be able to walk through each step of the application process from admissions requirements to taking the LSAT to choosing a law school.US News and Above the Law
Rankings matter more for law school than for any other professional education. But the value of rankings lies only in how well their metrics pertain to the applicant’s needs. Therefore, Cambridge Coaching likes to use two sets of rankings: US News and Above the Law. Above the Law is slightly different from US News’s rankings because it focuses not on GPA and LSAT scores, but on employment outcomes. ATL’s are the only rankings to incorporate the latest ABA employment data concerning incoming JD classes.