If you have not already done so, request application materials from law schools.
Revise your personal statement. Solicit editorial comments from professors.
Conclude arrangements for letters of recommendation.
Contact Tulane University's Registrar's Office to arrange transmission of your transcripts to LSDAS. Information about transcript transmission is available on the registrar's web page. Transcripts must be sent from each institution attended.
Obtain financial aid forms, such as FAFSA, from law schools. Law schools designate which forms they require. Remember law schools usually are willing to assist with financial aid needs. Always ask law schools if there are scholarships available.
Students uncertain of the strength of their applications or advisability of retaking the LSAT may consult the Prelaw Advisor. Appointments are preferred.
Finalize and post applications during September, if possible. Most law schools admit students on a rolling admissions basis, thus the system favors early applicants.
Double check everything online. By mid-January, make sure law schools received applications, LSDAS reports, letters of recommendation, and dean's certifications where required.
Once you begin getting accepted in to laws schools it is always encouraged to visit schools to be sure of your decision, if that is available to you. Sometimes law schools will provide financial assistance for this. You can also ask to have law school deadlines extended if you need time to make your decision. Do not be afraid to ask for this.
Thank recommenders and advise them of application results.