law school admissions

Gap Years Before Law School: Taking Time for Personal and Professional Development

If you’re considering a gap year before law school, you’re not alone. The majority of students at top law schools in the US have taken at least a year in the real world before enrolling. In fact, admissions officers encourage this, as they see the immense benefits their students receive ...

The LSAT-Flex: Learn About the New Law School Exam!

The LSAT has been an integral part of law school admissions since 1948 and is administered up to 150,000 times each year. As a result of the global pandemic of 2020, the LSAT has undergone substantial changes. All in-person LSAT administrations were cancelled during the spring of 2020, and will ...

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Law School Admissions Trends

Law school admissions has had an eventful two decades. Law schools saw a steady increase in their enrollment from 1999 through 2010, with a spike in 2008 and 2009, as an unfavorable job market made the prospect of graduate school more appealing.  In the following years, however, as the impact ...