Law School Report

The Law School Report summarizes your transcript and organizes and analyzes applicant information so that law schools have a standardized and consistent way to evaluate applicants.

Your Law School Report is made up of 3 important pieces of information:

  1. Law School Application Test (LSAT) score
  2. Transcripts
  3. Letters of recommendation

The Credential Assembly Service, administered by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC), is the central repository into which you'll send your letters of recommendation and transcripts, which the LSAC then incorporates along with your LSAT score into the report.

When you register to take the LSAT, you can also subscribe to the Credential Assembly Service and set up your online account. Through your account, you'll be able to see when letters of recommendation and transcripts are received and processed, as well as receive a master copy of your Law School Report.