Blueprint LSAT Blog: Law School

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Six Presidents Who Were Lawyers

There have been a lot of presidents who were lawyers; 27 of the 46 US presidents have practiced law at some point in their careers. You could almost say that when we select presidents, lawyers take precedence (sorry). At any rate, over half of all the presidents have studied law (though the LSAT didn’t begin

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How to Choose a Law School and 10 Questions to Ask Law School Admissions

The law school admissions process can be extremely stressful, trust me! You need to compile what schools you want to apply to and write up an application with everything the law school admissions council wants. Everyone makes the mistake of not taking time to ask the following questions of admissions officers. Don’t make the same

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Where to Find Law School Scholarships

Law school is expensive. There’s no sugarcoating that. Unless you have a treasure trove of hidden cash stashed away somewhere, you are probably going to rely on some combination of scholarships, financial aid, and student loans to finance your legal education. This post is about the first of those financing options—scholarships—and how to find scholarships

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What Does It Mean for the Top Law Schools to Leave the US News Law Schools Rankings? 

As you may be aware, a significant number of law schools are opting out of the US News Law School Rankings. At the time of writing, nine of the “T-14” (Top 14) law schools—Yale, Stanford, Harvard, Columbia, UC Berkeley, Georgetown, Michigan, Duke, and Northwestern—have explicitly opted out.  Although law schools are opting out, this does

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Top Law Schools in Massachusetts

In addition to Boston accents, the beaches and seafood of Cape Cod, and its pivotal role in early American history, Massachusetts also boasts long-standing legal traditions. In fact, its written constitution–drafted in 1780 by John Adams–is the oldest in the world. Perhaps it’s no surprise that the state renowned for academics is home to eight

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Top Law Schools in Maryland

Whether you want to practice business law, health law, environmental law, or criminal law, the first step in your legal journey is to try to get into the best law school. If baseball, blue crabs, or American history appeal to you, then choosing Maryland for law school might be in the cards! With 31 miles

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Top Law Schools in Maine

Interested in studying criminal justice or law enforcement? How about business law? Or maybe human rights law? From the sparkling beaches of Kennebunkport to the award-winning culinary scene in Portland to jaw-dropping landscapes in Acadia National Park, Maine is increasingly finding its way onto many tourists’ itineraries. If those characteristics appeal to you as well,

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How to Prep for a Law School Interview

The law school interview is unique from most other typical interviews. Because it is not a job interview, your approach is somewhat different. Instead, the law school interview is primarily designed to investigate prospective student potential, interest in the law school, and potential fit within the law school. As you prepare for your interviews, be

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