1. Take the LSAT:
2. Register with the LSDAS:
If you didn't do so when signing up for the LSAT, register with the LSDAS
as it will make applying to law schools much easier.
3. Decide Where to Apply to Law School:
4. Write Your Personal Statement:
LSAT scores and grades are the most important parts of law school applications, but personal statements
run a close third. Your goal in the personal statement is to show the admissions committee why you would be a valuable addition to their law school, and it's never too early to get started on writing it.
5. Get Recommendations:
Law school recommendations
are the final piece to your application puzzle, and with some planning ahead of time, you can be sure to get glowing letters of recommendations from your referees.