GRE for Law School
Why Are Law Schools Accepting the GRE?
Broadening the Applicant Pool
The GRE vs. the LSAT
Official GRE to LSAT Score Conversion
Apply Now With Your GRE Score
- Create an LSAC account: All applications must be submitted through the Law School Admission Council (LSAC), even if you do not plan to take the LSAT exam.
- Register for the CAS: The Credential Assembly Service (CAS) collects your transcripts, evaluations and LSAT score(s) (if applicable) and distributes them to the law schools of your choosing. Nearly all ABA-approved law schools require J.D. applicants to use CAS.
- Connect with your admissions counselor: Your dedicated admissions counselor will support you throughout the application process, answer any questions you may have and inform you about the technology platform you will be using as a student in the program.
1 Please note that if you take the LSAT, your score will be part of your Credential Assembly Service (CAS) file and will be automatically reported.arrow_upwardReturn to footnote reference