Typical prerequisites to get into law school include:
- A bachelor’s degree
- Admissions test – take the LSAT
- Letter(s) of recommendation
- Personal statement
- Any requirements unique to the school
Law schools evaluate applicants primarily based on your undergraduate GPA and LSAT score.
Note: a bachelor’s degree related to pre-law is not required to apply to law school. However, if you’re choosing an undergraduate program and seeking a career in law, a legal studies program is a great choice, and can help you affirm your interest in the law as a profession.