Choosing to enroll in law school—and which law school to attend—is a very personal
decision. Contact the pre-law advisor at your degree granting college or university
for advice and guidance, as well as the Office of Admissions at the law schools you
Is Law School Right for Me?
Consider personal and family needs, lifestyle preferences, academic interests, professional
goals, and financial needs. How does law school fit into your life plan and career
trajectory? Is law school the best use of your personal and financial resources? These
are questions that only you can answer.
Explore Law Schools
Tap into the array of consumer information available to prospective law students. ABA accredited law schools provide information to help you compare law schools on the factors that matter most to you. Consider the ABA Standard 509 Information Report and the ABA Employment Summary as objective and current resources. The Law School Admission Council provides information about every element of the application process, as well as comparative information about US and Canadian law schools.