Published May 7, 2018
Sand and sun and staying on track for your law school goals. Here are some things you can do over the summer to prepare for the law school and the application process.
At this point in time, you should be focusing on your GPA and formulating good relationships with your professors. Don't stress yourself out over the summer, but the suggestions below are helpful to determine if law school is the right choice for you.
With two years of school under your belt, you should have a better feel for the direction you want to go after graduating. If law school is on your radar, these few things will help you to picture yourself as a law student and get you the first-hand information you will need to move forward.
The summer before your senior year is crucial when you are preparing for law school. Now is the time to plan and prepare for the application process.
You've put in the work, and at this point you should be accepted and committed to what law school you will attend. Take this time to enjoy graduation and all of your accomplishments over the last four years. This summer should be relaxing, fun, and possibly a time to save up money from a summer job. Law school will typically begin in the fall, and you will have plenty of time to work hard and be stressed about classes. The summer should be reserved for doing things that you enjoy and that bring you peace. Your mental health matters!
For tips on what to read, check out our summer reading list!