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A career in law starts with identifying the law schools that best fit your specific needs.
With Law School Match, you can browse over 200 law schools and narrow your search by location, LSAT score, GPA and tuition.
Complete your profile and our proprietary algorithm will generate a personalized list of law schools that you are most likely to gain admission to.
• Research 200+ law schools
• Identify law schools that are the best match for your specific needs/goals
• Filter by location, LSAT score, GPA and tuition
• Complete your profile to further refine your target law schools
• Favorite law schools that you are interested in applying to
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Ratings and Reviews
Needs some fixin' otherwise it's great!
I look at this app frequently. It gives a very nice quick look at the top 100 law schools in America. For me, it's nice to be able to click on the Law School of choice and see via GPA and LSAT range for acceptance.
And earlier version was slightly better than the current version. When I click on the Law School's website links, it doesn't take me to the schools website. I get a blank page. The other problem is the University of Buffalo's law school has Brigham Young University's logo on it. That's kind of funny. At least to me it is.
I would keep the app even with its current issues because it saves me the trouble of going online and looking up the top 10 or top 20 programs or in this case the top 100 programs.
However, if they were to fix these few minor issues, I would have given five stars.
Not worth the time!
This app is not functional. It’s supposed to “match you with your dream law school”, yet it can’t even save my preferences to do so. There’s no generated list for me or anything. It simply lists all the top ranked law schools in order and you can click in them to find basic information that you can find on the Princeton Review.
The app won’t match you with a law school unless you create an account. And it won’t let you create an account because the keyboard is in the way and won’t let you hit the “next” button to create an account.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.