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Pre-Law Student Resources

AccessLex Institute– register to attend a student event for information about scholarships, financing your legal your legal education and law school admission information. AccessLex also offers an interactive tool called “Ask EDNA” to answer questions about applying to law school.

Law School Admission Council (LSAC) – Visit LSAC.org, create a J.D. candidate account, and start getting recruited by ABA-approved law schools with their Candidate Referral Service. You can also access LSAT test registration information, Official LSAT preparation tools offered by the Khan Academy and LSAC’s Law Hub.

Council for Legal Education Opportunity (CLEO) – sign-up to participate in virtual and in-person workshops and events designed to help you prepare for admission to law school.

Law School Pipeline Programs – AccessLex offers a directory of diversity pipeline programs and LSAC partners with law schools to offer immersive summer opportunities called Pre-Law Undergraduate Scholars (PLUS) programs.

MSU Disability Resource Center – If you need assistance determining if testing accommodations are right for you, MSU’s Disability Resource Center has dedicated team members who can help you. Watch the video below for an overview of testing accommodations available for the LSAT and MCAT tests.



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