1—Focus on the last 20 tests Put in the time to master the fundamental skills on all three sections of the LSAT. Now is the time to take (and retake) the most recent 20 Actual Official LSAT Preptests (Tests 63-83). They are the best source for what you are likely to see on the LSAT. […]
As a prospective student, I walked away from the recent Women in Law Luncheon featuring alumna Karin Hoops Berg (‘03) feeling empowered and hopeful. Berg, a bankruptcy lawyer in the Chicago office of Katten Muchin Rosenman, spoke about her journey to law school and how her law degree allowed her to gain purpose and perspective […]
My decision to come to law school came at an early age after working for a juvenile court, a sheriff’s office, and a county attorney’s office. These experiences confirmed that law was the right career path for me. Whenever someone asks me how they can know if they should go to law school, my answer […]
In a Move Designed to Expand Access to Legal Education, BYU Law Announces it Will Accept the GRE for Current Applicants PROVO, Utah, Nov. 20, 2017— BYU Law School announced today that it will begin accepting GRE scores for applicants to its class entering in the fall of 2018. BYU Law Dean Gordon Smith explained […]
Applying to law school requires planning and a basic understanding of the process. To help you navigate the steps, we’ve provided a checklist to ensure that everything goes smoothly as you complete your application. Remember to start early and give yourself enough time to study well for the LSAT and to write an engaging personal […]
Here’s a question you may be asking yourself: which administration of the LSAT you should take? It’s a common question, but the answer depends a lot on you, your goals, and what’s going on in your life right now. An early administration of the LSAT, September/October or December, is usually preferable because many schools do […]
What's it like to live with a law student? The BYU Law Spouse Association provides a humorous list of 10 signs you're living with a law student.
Recently graduated BYU Law students share their advice for successfully managing the final year of law school.
Third-year BYU Law students share their advice for second-year law students, including what they wish they had known when they started 2L year.
Second-year BYU Law students share their advice for first-year law students, including what they wish they had known when they started 1L year.