Courtesy IU Archives
Deciding to go to law school is one of the most important steps in a student's academic career and should be made only after the most careful consideration. The Health Professions and Prelaw Center will support and help guide you through this decision-making process. If you determine that law school is the correct path for you, we will assist you at every step of the complex and often confusing application process. Our mission is to help you become the most thoughtful, well-informed, well-prepared, and successful applicant possible.
Please read through the relevant sections of this website prior to your first appointment.
- Introduction to Prelaw at Indiana University
- Making the Decision to Attend Law School
- General Guide - Freshmen & Sophomores
- Preparation for the Study of Law
- Personal Statement and Letters of Addendum
- LOR for Prelaw Students: Basic Procedures
- Application Timelines
- Internet Resources for Law School Applicants
- Admissions Information (based on your LSAT score and GPA)
- Application Resources (Book of Law School Lists, Who's Recruiting at the Law Schools, etc.)
- Financial Aid for Law School Basics
- Financial Aid Timeline
- HPPLC Prelaw Publications
- Relevant Articles Concerning Law School, Admissions, Employment, etc.
- Prelaw Recommended Reading List [from LSAC]
- Internship Information
High School Students and Parents
Important information for high school students and their parents. Also, an invitation to visit the Health Professions and Prelaw Center! Read more »
You can also read more about high school preparation for law school.
Applying to Law School?
First, make sure you register to receive prelaw email notices of events, workshops, group advising, and visits to IUB by Law School Admission Officials.
Next, we recommend that you open a file with the HPPLC Recommendation Service. Read more »