To learn more information about applying to law school, visit your pre-law advisor as well as LSAC.
Law school applications typically consist of the following: (1) Official Transcript; (2) Official LSAT Score Report; (3) Resume; (4) Letters of Recommendation; and (5) a Personal Statement. Some law schools also require a Diversity Statement or other essay devoted to a topic of interest to the school. These essays are sometimes considered optional, but it is recommended that students complete them.
To obtain a helpful checklist on the application process, please visit the LSAC.