Applying to Law School

Applying to Law School: 3 Ways to Become a Standout Candidate

Applying to Law School: 3 Ways to Become a Standout Candidate Before applying to law school, many aspiring law students seek out legal internships, work as paralegals, join pre-law clubs or undergraduate law journals, and participate in some kind of speech or debate. These are the clearest connections to “law” for most undergraduates, and soKeep reading

Top-20 Law Schools: Which Produces the Best Return on Investment?

Top-20 Law Schools: Which Produces the Best Return on Investment? If you’re thinking of applying to law school, you probably already know that it can be very expensive. For the top-10 law schools, the average price of tuition is over $40,000 per year. For a 3-year degree, that means you are spending upwards of $120,000Keep reading

Harvard Law vs. Yale Law

Harvard Law vs. Yale Law

Harvard Law vs. Yale Law You spent hundreds of hours trying to convince the gatekeepers of the nation’s best law schools that you are worthy of joining their ranks. Much to your surprise, you actually succeeded: Harvard Law School and Yale Law School are knocking at your door! Maybe you are ridiculously lucky or justKeep reading

Law School Application Timeline

Law School Application Timeline for Undergraduates

Law School Application Timeline for Undergraduates This blog post originally appeared on the Magoosh LSAT blog. Law school admissions are a time-sensitive process. Rolling admissions is commonplace among law schools, so the earlier you can get your application materials prepared and submitted, the earlier admissions panels can review your materials and provide you with aKeep reading