DIVISION OF STUDENT SERVICES
This web page is designed to point you toward a range of resources that will help you to decide whether you would like to study law, and if so, how you can find and gain admission to the law school that is most appropriate for your purposes. If, after having consulted the sources listed below, you wish to discuss some of the things that you have found, you are welcome to contact:
- John Kroger, President
ext. 7500, E312
- Julie Kern Smith, Assistant Director, Career Services, Pre-Law Advisor
- ext. 7291, Greywood
Sign up for the pre-law email list to receive periodic announcements about matters of interest to pre-law students.
- Internet Legal Research Guide
Guide to on-line resources
- U.S. News & World Report Rankings
Please see an advisor regarding more in-depth U.S. News & World Report information.
- Law School Admission Council Online (LSAC)
Frequently asked questions about law school applications; LSAT practice test; school rankings.
LSAC Link for Accommodated Testing
- LSAC is committed to ensuring access to the LSAT and the law school admission process by providing accessible information and appropriate accommodations for candidates with documented disabilities.
- Peterson's.com- The Education and Career Center
- Alumni Career Network
Reed alumni from top law schools have volunteered to talk with students about their law school experience and thereby assist you in targeting law schools that will provide you with the best law education to achieve your goals.