Question: Parts of the Law School Application
Law school applications are fairly standardized. All require applicants to complete an online application form and submit an application report through the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) Credential Assembly Service
The parts of the Law School Application include:
All of these are submitted by the Credential Assembly Service. Procedurally, applying to law school is a simple process. Note that some law schools require that applicants submit additional essays directly to the admissions department. Pay attention to each school's requirement to ensure that your law school application is complete.