AdmissionsDean is the best place to learn about law school – for free. Use AdmissionsDean to research law schools, find law school scholarships, read our interviews with law school admissions deans and professors, and much more.
We are now the most popular law school applicant tracking site on the internet! The real power of AdmissionsDean is unleashed when users register (anonymously) and input basic information about themselves, like their LSAT score(s), UGPA and the law schools to which they have applied. Registered users can then track specific law schools and applicants to see who is getting admitted, wait-listed and rejected by which schools to better assess their own chances. Tracking applicants helps you identify law schools that may not currently be on your radar screen, but should be.
Our Scholarship Finder
We also have the internet’s largest database of private law school scholarships. Paying for law school is almost as important as getting into the right law school, but the cost of attending frequently requires taking on more than $100K in debt. At AdmissionsDean, we are committed to helping you keep your debt load to a minimum by giving you free access to our law school scholarship database. Use our powerful Law School Scholarship Finder to find all the scholarships for which you qualify.
We launched in 2009 with a strong commitment to providing law school applicants and students with accurate information and helpful tools to make applying to and paying for law school as painless as possible. Want us to add a feature or address a topic you don’t already see on our site? Simply fill out this online form and we will add your scholarship (terms and conditions apply). We are committed to growing with the needs of law school applicants and students.
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