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  • Q: When can I apply to Lewis & Clark Law School?
  • Q: I notice that law schools specialize in various areas of the law.  Do I have to pick a specialty when I apply to law school or do I have to do that once I’m in school?
  • Q: I am interested in the option of work-study while attending law school - is that available?
  • Q: I am thinking of applying for next fall, but then want to defer my admission to the next year.  What advice would you give about doing this?
  • Q. Do you require that students have laptops and if so, does the school have a specific kind that students must use?
  • Q: Can you tell me why Lewis & Clark Law School is better than _____ Law School?
  • Q: I’m really nervous about taking the LSAT. What should I do to prepare?
  • Q: How does the financial aid process work for incoming first years?
  • Q: I’m curious to know what type of writing and how much writing I’ll be doing in law school.
  • Q: What is the social life like at Lewis & Clark Law School?  Are there student activities I can get involved in?
  • Q: I am considering applying to your evening program because I would like to keep working while getting my law degree. I am also married with two children. How doable is taking on law school while also working and having a family?
  • Q: Does Lewis & Clark provide any family support services for students with children?
  • Q: I have a graduate degree. How will the admissions committee consider that when making a decision on my application?
  • Q: I struggled for the first few years of part-time college that I enrolled in.  Since then I have re-dedicated myself to my education.  Would an excellent upper division GPA help my chances for acceptance, when coupled with a good LSAT score?

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