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Center for Student Advising

The Named Scholars

The named Scholars supported by the CUSP administration are selected by the Office of Admissions when they submit their applications to Columbia University.  Scholars are chosen for their intellect

Tutor Assignments

The CC/SEAS Tutoring Service sends out e-mail assignments to students indicating their tutors' names and

Timeline

Year Prior to Application

Spring Semester

  • If planning to take the LSAT in June, begin preparing early in the semester. Practice! Practice! Practice!

Timeline

Year Prior to Application

Fall Semester

  • Meet with a class dean or a staff member in the Office of Pre-professional Advising to discuss plans to attend law school.

Notification

Notification Date

There is no single notification date for law school acceptance. Early decision and early access candidates will hear before the end of the year.

Recommendations

Law schools generally require applicants to include two letters of recommendation with their applications, though most schools will accept three to four letters.

Application

After students have decided when they are going to apply to law school, they must decide which schools they would like to attend.

The LSAT

The Law School Admissions Test

For undergraduates and alumni/ae, the law school application process begins with taking the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT).

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