Applying to Law School

Navigate the law school admission process strategically and effectively.

Road Map to LSAT Success

The LSAT® is the test that will open the most doors for you, and you want to be ready. Research shows that taking full practice tests is the most effective way to prepare for the LSAT. LawHub’s extensive library of Official LSAT PrepTests provides unlimited practice with the authentic test interface.

In addition, our live events let you hear directly from test developers and give you a comprehensive view of the test and how to effectively prepare for it. Use these resources to go into test day with confidence and be prepared to perform your best.

Insights Into the JD Admission Process

There are many steps to the law school admission process and many components to a typical law school application. From transcripts and LSAT scores to letters of recommendation and personal statements and essays, Admission Unmasked helps you make sense of it all. Law school admission professionals will share what they are looking for in their incoming classes, giving you an idea of what to expect and how to best position yourself as an applicant.

Where to Apply and Where to Attend

The location, your career goals, the size of the school … it all makes a difference when choosing where to apply — and, later, choosing where to begin your professional journey. LawHub has resources that can help you think strategically about this important decision. Develop your personalized list of law schools (opens in new browser window) to build a report that recommends law schools according to your priorities, such as job preferences or budget. Make data-driven choices using information about employment outcomes, bar passage rates, and student-debt projections at each school.

Paying for Law School

Law school is a major financial undertaking, but there are resources available to help make it work. Use Admission Unmasked and browse on-demand replays of Prelaw Success Live Events to learn more from financial aid experts who share information on scholarships, how to handle scholarship offers, student loan options, other financial aid topics, and how to decide if it’s worth it. You can find a path forward that allows you to make informed decisions about this investment in your future.

What People Are Saying About LawHub

Asking the Right Questions

LawHub Program Participant

Through LawHub’s Admission Unmasked, I have gained knowledge in areas that I didn’t even expect to be covered … for example, how to interact with law school admission representatives and what kinds of questions to ask. As a first-generation student, this kind of topic is really helpful. I found the application component part to be thorough as well, which has given me a lot more confidence that I can make my application strong enough to get into law school.

Understanding the LSAT and Costs

LawHub Program Participant

I found the information pertaining to LSAT preparation and the law school application process during LawHub’s Admission Unmasked to be most useful because this is the start of the legal education journey. The information breaking down the cost of attendance was also useful to provide insight into how financially feasible it may or may not be.

Hearing From Application Experts

LawHub Program Participant

LawHub’s webinars were most useful for me because I heard from a variety of experts on all the different aspects of applying to law school.

Building Confidence

LawHub Program Participant

LawHub offers a wonderful program to assist applicants. The range of information benefits college students through working professionals. It made me more confident in my ability to navigate my way through the next year.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use my LawHub account to sign up for the LSAT?

Once you’re ready to register for the LSAT or to begin the application process, you can use your LawHub account’s username and password to sign in to (opens in new browser window) . You’ll need to complete your LSAC JD Account profile before you can sign up for any services, including the LSAT.

If you’ve already created a JD Account through, you can use the same username and password to log in to LawHub.