The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) is a nonprofit, membership organization composed of all ABA-accredited law schools in the United States. LSAC provides many services including the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) and Credential Assembly Service (CAS), which is required to apply to all law schools in the US.
Instead of gathering and re-sending your transcripts, letters of recommendation, and other credentials for each of your law school applications, CAS only requires you to send your documents one time to LSAC—regardless of the number of schools you’re applying to. Once received, LSAC’s CAS will forward the required documents to the law schools to which you apply. Most applicants also apply to law school using the electronic applications included as part of CAS.
Candidates may use the Credential Assembly Service (CAS) for applying to law school regardless of whether a school accepts GRE scores in addition to LSAT scores.
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