Blueprint LSAT Blog: Law School

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Predicting the 2023-2024 Law School Admissions Cycle

What's happening with this year's law school admissions cycle? Find out what the data tells us and how it might affect when you apply.

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Easiest Law Schools To Get Into

You’ve heard of the top law schools in America, but what about their counterparts? Check out the law schools with the highest acceptance rates and lowest median LSAT scores!

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To Transfer Law Schools or Not To Transfer? That Is the Question.

What if you didn't get accepted to your dream law school, went to another law school, and then just transferred to your dream school after 1L? This thought crosses many future law students' minds at one point or another, but before you make this your Plan B, read this.

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Double or Nothing: Exploring Dual Degree Programs

Hey there, overachiever. Thinking about getting two degrees by the time you graduate law school? We look at the pros and cons of dual degrees and some common programs to help you decide if it's right for you.

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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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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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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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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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