There is a wealth of information available on the web regarding preparation for law school. Below are a few websites that the Pre-law Advisory Council highly recommends:
ABA Approved Law Schools
Enter a predicted GPA and LSAT score. Find out the ABA approved schools at which you will be competitive.
American Bar Association
Find out what the ABA officially recommends in this statement on pre-legal education.
Baylor Law School
See what Baylor's own law school recommends for prospective students.
Boston College Law School Locator
Lists the median LSAT scores and GPAs of the entering first year class. Helps students identify chances of admission.
CLEO (Council on Legal Education Opportunity)
Helping minority, low-income and disadvantaged students gain access to law school, successfully matriculate and pass the bar exam.
Features examples of the need for lawyers worldwide, access to law school experts who can answer students' questions, profiles and advice from diverse law school graduates, and a timeline outlining steps undergraduate students can take to prepare themselves to be a successful law school applicant.
Law School Admission Council Online
Information on the LSAT and law school admissions, including online registration and links to home pages of law schools.
Overview of Pre-Law Student Services
Compiled by students at the University of Texas, it includes links to undergraduate-friendly websites with information on the LSAT, application process, school rankings, and more.