Applying to Law School

Most important - carefully read all the information about admissions and applications from the schools in which you are interested. The following is just general information.

Applying typically starts with LSAC. Their overview of the application process is here.   

Most law schools require that you use the Credential Assembly Service (CAS) offered by LSAC. You then use their electronic application processing to apply to law school. FYI: the old name of CAS was LSDAS (law school data assembly service). If a school talks about requiring LSDAS registration, they mean CAS registration.  

Again, you never know for certain how long it will take, so get your documents in as early as you can. Do not wait until close to the application deadlines.