Selecting Law Schools
Choosing a law school involves a number of considerations, such as cost, bar passage rates and employment outcomes. It will not be easy. And no single set of criteria may be applied comfortably across the board by every prospective law student. Anyone contemplating going to law school should engage in a thorough due diligence process. There are a variety of resources to assist you in your research. The links below might be helpful in that process:
American Bar Association - Choosing the Right Law School
Law School Admissions Council - Choosing a Law School
LSAC - GPA and LSAT Score Search
LSAC - Official Guide to Law Schools (Law School Profiles and Data)
Law School Transparency - Critical Data for Law Schools
LST - Score Reports for Law Schools
LST - Questions to Ask When Applying
LST - Where do you want to work?
Best Law Schools for Practical Training (2015)
Law Schools with Loan Repayment Assistance Programs
Which Law Schools Have the Most "Super Lawyer" Alumni
Students are urged to consult with the Pre-Law program prior to applying to law school and before making any final decisions as to where to attend.