American Bar Association Pre-Law Guidelines
This is the pre-law page for the ABA. It includes advice about pre-law preparation and commentary on law school rankings. This page provides links to many other sites, including all ABA-approved law schools and order forms for ABA publications.
The Association of American Law Schools (AALS)
AALS is a resource for the improvement of the quality of legal education by networking law school faculty, professional staff and deans to information and resources. AALS is the principal representative of legal education to the federal government, other national higher education organizations, learned societies and international law schools.
PublicLegal, a product of the Internet Legal Research Group
ILRG serves as a comprehensive resource of the information available on the Internet concerning law and the legal profession, with an emphasis on the United States of America. Designed for everyone, lay persons and legal scholars alike, it is quality controlled to include only the most substantive legal resources online
The Prelaw Handbook: A Guide to Law School
This website enables college students to decide whether they want to become lawyers and guides to law school those who do. This website contains exclusive law school rankings.
The Law School Admission Council (LSAC)
The LSAC is a nonprofit corporation whose members are more than 200 law schools in the United States and Canada. It was founded in 1947 to coordinate, facilitate, and enhance the law school admission process. The organization also provides programs and services related to legal education. All law schools approved by the American Bar Association (ABA) are LSAC members. You can also register for the LSAT and the LSDAS, and practice tests through this page.
Law School Discussion
Law School Discussion is a forum for discussing all aspects of Law School in the United States. The idea was to create an online community where law school related issues could be discussed in an organized, friendly, and informative manner.
The National Jurist Magazine
The National Jurist Magazine, founded in 1999, is the premier e-commerce company specializing in multi-publisher legal information products.
How I Compare
How I Compare is a completely free resource and community for students interested in going to Law School. The site's unique algorithm uses real time admission data to generate a list of schools where you have a high likelihood of being accepted. The site also helps you keep track of your Law School application and admissions process, learn about scholarship opportunities, communicate and ask questions to other Pre-Law students, offers a 100% FREE LSAT Prep Course, and has a plethora of research and detailed information about all 200+ US Law Schools