Paying for Law School

Attending law school often involves a major financial commitment. Many law schools offer funding based on LSAT Scores and GPA, however, these funding opportunities can be very competitive and may not cover the full cost for attendance. In addition, it is important to consider program specific factors such as bar passage rate, and post-graduation employment outcomes.

Why start planning for the cost of law school now? 

It is incredibly important to start researching the costs of the law school application process and your legal education early so that you can apply in time to be considered for aid.  Scholarships, grants, and other funding sources' applications have a deadline, not a due date.  Most of the funding sources use a rolling application process, and awards are given out as soon as application are received.  Applying late may mean an excellent candidate does not receive an award because the monies have already been assigned to others.  

Researching for Funding Resources

AccessLex is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping students understand and plan for the financial commitment of a law education.  Learn more about financing your legal education and learn about the services including workshops, guides, analytical tools and a financial advising helpline.

Analytix by AccessLex is a tool that helps students analyze, research and compare law schools.  Compare schools across variables such as tuition and living expenses, grants and scholarships, employment, bar passage rate, and more.

USF Bull2Bull Financial Education offers workshops, events and coaching session relating to funding your education.