From fields of study to future career paths, here's what you need to keep in mind when choosing a law school.
Are you familiar with the phrase ABA-Approved? Learn about law school accreditation and whether it ever makes sense to apply to a non-ABA accredited school.
Learn everything you need to know about the case method so you're prepared for your first year of law school classes.
The Socratic Method is a common instructional style in many law schools. Learn how it works and what to expect in your law school classroom.
The law school personal statement is an opportunity to distinguish yourself from other applicants. Perfect your law school application essay with our tips.
Learn how to navigate the law school application process and develop a strategy for completing LSAC applications.
If you're applying to law school, you need an application strategy. Start planning early with our advice on when and where to apply.
What's your law school admissions index? Learn about the formula that schools use to put you in the accepted, rejected or maybe pile.
It's simple. If you're applying to law school, then you'll be required to register with the Credential Assembly Service (CAS). Learn all about the process.
Is law school worth it? Take our quiz to find out if law school is the right choice for you.
Learn if and how law schools use your LSAT writing sample.
The Princeton Review debunks four common LSAT myths.
Take the LSAT as early into the process as you can. Our tips will help you choose your perfect test date.
Did you get a good LSAT score? Here’s everything you need to know about LSAT scoring.
The Princeton Review's Law School search engine helps you find a law school program that's a good fit to your interests. Try it out and see for yourself!
Curious about law school? Read an overview of the first year curriculum.
Wondering what life as a lawyer is really like? Learn about the four common types of practice.
The Princeton Review’s list of most popular law school specializations will help you discover a field that fits with your electives.
Law students with top grades earn top salaries in their first year out of school. Learn the strategies you need to succeed in your law school classes.