So you want to go to law school?
At Loyola, we strive to provide our students with all the resources they need to make informed choices. Below you will find information about getting into law school, succeeding in law school, and paying for law school, including the latest information on loan forgiveness/repayment legislation, the College Cost Reduction and Access Act (CCRAA).
Preparing for the law school admissions process
- Frequently Asked Questions about Law School
- Where do I take the LSAT prep course?
- 3 short essays on writing the personal statement
- Information about the College Cost Reduction and Access Act
- Where have HNS graduates gone to law school?
- Early Entry Program at Loyola College of Law
- Guide to the Law School Application Process
- When is the LSAT offered?
- Suggested reading for prospective law students
- On-line resources for researching law schools
- EJW guide to Law Schools - primarily for public interest students but useful to everyone
- lsac.org - your go to source for everything pre-law
- Boston College has a great law school locator
History and Philosophy students who are considering law school may consult their department's pre-law advisor (see below). Other students should seek guidance from their academic advisor or Associate Dean.
Pre-Law Advisor for the Department of Philosophy
The Department of Philosophy offers a pre-law Philosophy concentration. For more information, see the pre-law advisor for the Department.
Pre-Law Advisors for the Department of History
The Department of History offers a pre-law History concentration. For more information, see one of the pre-law advisors for the Department.