Law School Application Materials: A Closer Look
All law school applications go through the Law School Admission Council (LSAC.org). Think of it as the Common Application but for law school. This site is where you will submit all your materials and purchase the Credential Assembly Service (CAS) that you will use to send off your applications. It is a good idea to get familiar with the LSAC now, as they also have a wide array of free resources, such as an overview of the LSAT, scholarship resources, networking events with other law schools, free LSAT practice tests, and more.
There are several components to your law school application. The most time-consuming of which will be the LSAT. The rest of your application will be mostly straightforward.