Welcome to the Law School Admission Council (LSAC). We are committed to easing the law school admission process for law schools, prelaw advisors, and prospective law students.

Log in or create an account to access tools and resources exclusively for professionals at member law schools, including members-only publications, and research reports, Law School Support Services, the latest data and analytics on the LSAT and legal education, registration information for upcoming events, and more.

We provide the tools to help you guide prospective law school students through the admission process. Log in or create an account with LSAC to receive the latest news and updates, registration and information on upcoming Forums, and other content designed especially for you.

 Important Dates & Events

January 2013


New Year's Day—LSAC Closed


Martin Luther King Jr. Day—LSAC Closed
February 2013


LSAT Administration


LSAT Administration for Saturday Sabbath Observers


LSAT Administration for Asia, Australia, and New Zealand


Presidents' Day—LSAC Closed

 Current Data & Statistics

Behind the Data

(Click on the image for a larger version)

Behind the Data

LSAC combined three years of law school applicant data with seven years of data from The Freshman Survey (available through UCLA’s Cooperative Institutional Research Program) to examine how US college students’ backgrounds, experiences, and goals affected their decision to apply to an ABA-approved law school. Overall, 37% of the ABA law school applicants expressed an interest in law as freshmen. The accompanying chart, which breaks down the ABA law school applicant pool by race/ethnicity and gender, shows how the distribution of those interested in law as freshmen varies by subgroup. For example, 50% of African American female applicants expressed an interest in law when they were US college freshmen.

Future JD Students

Create a Student Account with LSAC to register for the LSAT online, get your scores via e-mail, assemble credentials, track your applications, and more.

Future LLM Students

LLM applicants follow a different process than other law school applicants. We provide tools and resources to help guide you.

Diversity in Law School

Candidates from diverse backgrounds and the LGBT community may have additional questions about applying to law school. We can help you find the answers.