Choosing A Law School

After you have taken and received your LSAT score, you will be in a better position to begin narrowing down your list of potential law school. Choosing the right law school to attend can be a challenge in its own respect, but there are numerous resources to aid you in your decision. The following databases use a number of different criteria to help you pick the school that is right for you.

  1. The LSAC Official Guide is searchable by: Region, LSAT/GPA, Cost, and will give you an estimated acceptance at a school based on you LSAT/GPA totals.
  2. The Boston College Range Finder is a non-searchable database which gives enrollment numbers based on the 75% of LSAT/GPA scores.
  3. The Internet Legal Research Group offers an interesting alternate ranking system based on a number of diverse variables.

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