Useful Links

Getting Ready For Law School and the Legal World

The road to law school and beyond can be a stressful one. Our goal at the Pre-Law Society is to make that process as pain-free as possible for University of Rochester students. Here are some links that may be helpful. As always, contact us with any questions or concerns.

The Law School Admissions Council (LSAC)

LSAC is an organization comprised of over 200 law schools. As the name implies, LSAC is responsible for some important aspects of the law school admissions process. These responsibilities include: administering the Law School Admission Test (LSAT), hosting the Credential Assembly Service (CAS), and handling the applications themselves. Below are some LSAC related links:

The Law School Admission Test (LSAT)

(see below for LSAT studying resources)

The Credential Assembly Service (CAS)

The Application Process

Studying for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT)

We get it, studying for the LSAT is stressful. Here you will find some resources we found helpful in the process of studying for the LSAT. This is not an exhaustive list. There are plenty of resources beyond what is listed here and we encourage members to seek those out as needed.

Khan Academy

Khan Academy partnered with LSAC to offer the sole Official LSAT Prep for free. The system uses the familiar Khan Academy interface and offers a very effective study regime.

Other LSAT Prep Services

  • 7Sage LSAT Prep
  • Powerscore LSAT Prep
  • r/LSAT (ok this isn't really a prep service. But sometimes it's healthy to commiserate with people who understand. Coincidently, commiserating about the LSAT is also a service offered by the Pre-Law Society⁠—reach out!