Applying to Law School
As part of our partnership with Babson College, Olin College of Engineering students interested in going to law school are able to meet with Eli Bortman, Babson’s law school advisor. You can also contact the Olin graduate school advisor, who will add you to a mailing list when useful law school information comes in.
Before scheduling an appointment with Bortman or the Olin graduate school advisor, please review this helpful document.
In addition, there are numerous print and electronic resources available in the PGP (CC 314) Library. Online resources include program web sites of the schools you’re interested in, Law School Admission Council (LSAC) and Vault.com. LSAC offers a bibliography of resources for the pre-law candidate that includes topics such as law school and legal education, the legal profession and jurisprudence.
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is required for admission to most law schools in the United States and Canada.
See law school application timeline to help you plan for applying to graduate school. Your first step should be to meet with both the graduate school advisor and your academic advisor. Don’t worry if you haven’t completed every action item in the timeline. Your meetings with them can help you plan a course of action.