Question of the Week
We know that you have a lot of questions about applying to law school. We came up with our “Question of the Week” so that we can answer questions you might have at the time you have them. Please check back on a weekly basis to find answers to commonly asked questions!
Q: I have recently decided definitively to attend law school, and would like to do so as soon as possible! I noticed that the next LSAT available to take is in June. If I take the June LSAT, can I still apply to attend law school this fall?
A: While there have been circumstances where we are able to offer admission for the coming fall for someone applying after the June LSAT for that year, it is very rare that our class has not yet been filled that late in the summer. We generally encourage folks to consider the June and October LSATs when applying for the following fall to put oneself in the most competitive position for admission and more importantly, possible scholarship awards. Applicants applying as late as June for this fall should not expect to receive any scholarship funding, even if they are admitted. On occasion, we have allowed these late applicants to be early admits for the following year.
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