General Pre-Law Information
The Law School Admission Council (LSAC)
Information on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT), the Credential Assembly Service (CAS), and links to all ABA approved law schools.
How I Compare
A cloud based recruitment platform for students to identify their best fit law schools for which to apply.
Law School Locator
Gives schools by LSAT and GPA A good tool for researching law schools.
American Bar Association
Information on legal careers, professional activities, publications, and scholarships.
Council on Legal Education Opportunity (CLEO)
Programs for minority, low income and disadvantaged candidates for law school.
A comprehensive legal education website with links to many other sites.
National Association for Legal Career Professionals
Information on the latest employment statistics and trends in law.
James E. Rogers College of Law at The University of Arizona
- Access Group
- University of Arizona Office of Financial Aid
- Law School Admission Council (LSAC)
- Financial Aid Finder
- Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
LSAT Preparation Courses
The Pre-Law Program does not endorse any LSAT prep course. This list is for information only. There is no guarantee that taking a course will increase your score.
- Think Tank LSAT Prep Course
- Get Prepped
- Kaplan Test Prep
- The Princeton Review
- PowerScore Test Preparation
- Test Masters
- GoGrad LSAT Guidebook
- ExamIam (LSAT Practice tests)
- NextStep Test Prep (One on one tutoring)
- STEPS to the LSAT (Low cost self-prep program)
- University of Dayton LSAT Prep Two-and Four-Month Study Guide (free online self-study resource)