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Every law school requires that you forward your complete official undergraduate transcript to LSAC’s Credential Assembly Service.  CAS will both forward your transcript(s) to the law schools you apply to, as well as recalculate your GPA based on certain uniform rules. This includes the transcript from every...

Applying after taking time off

Applying to law school after you have been in the workforce may present some special issues. Among the most common questions for “returnees” involve letters of recommendation and the weight accorded a college GPA that may be years in the past. The second issue is the easier one to address:...

Taking time off before law school

Most people decide to take some time off before applying to law school—for applicants from UMass, as for their counterparts nationwide, the ratio is about one-third seniors to two-thirds graduates. People have different reasons for taking time off: they may be tired of being in school, they may not...

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