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You Can Still Attend Law School This Fall! »

If you are interested in taking the LSAT in June and want to attend law school this fall, here are some steps to maximize your ability to get accepted and start your path to a JD degree. The June LSAT is the final LSAT that can be used for enrolling in law school in Fall […]

Good Luck on the LSAT Tomorrow! »

January Free Practice LSAT »

You are invited to take a free practice LSAT at Willamette Law on Saturday, January 21, 2017. Please click here to RSVP. Willamette Law wants to help students prepare for the LSAT. One of the best ways to prepare is to take a practice LSAT test under time constraints. This helps you estimate the amount […]

10 Steps to Starting Law School This Fall »

If you are interested in taking the LSAT in June and want to attend law school this fall, here are 10 steps to maximize your ability to get accepted and start your path to a JD degree. If you haven’t already, sign up for the June LSAT now. The late registration sign up is April […]

You’ve been waitlisted. Now what? »

Getting a letter saying that you’ve been waitlisted can certainly be a disappointment and may feel worse than a denial letter because it puts you in limbo. Here are some tips and insights into Willamette Law’s process for applicants placed on the waitlist. Why are you on the waitlist? At Willamette Law, we try to […]

LSAT Prep Course Scholarship Application Due Friday »

Applications for the 2016 Multnomah Bar Association LSAT Prep Course Scholarships are due this Friday, March 4, 2016.  Click here for the application form. The Multnomah Bar Association will award LSAT prep course scholarships to 12 students.  In addition to the scholarship, successful applicants will have the opportunity to meet local attorneys and judges at a […]

Best of Luck on the LSAT! »

Best wishes to all of the students taking the February LSAT tomorrow morning! We know you will be successful and want to instill every ounce of confidence in you. Best piece of advice: there is no penalty for an incorrect answer, so be sure to fill in an answer (we like “B”) for every question, even if […]

Only a few days left until the December LSAT »

The LSAT is this Saturday, December 5th. Many students have (hopefully) been preparing for months, doing logic games, taking practice tests, reading dense texts, waking up extra early – all in the name of getting that 180. Here are a few things to consider to prepare you for the big day: Relax. Easier said than […]

LSAT: Attacking the Logic Games Section »

When I speak with prospective students, the section of the LSAT that by far gives them the greatest strife is the Analytical Reasoning or “Logic Games” section of the test. Typically, there are 4 logic games on the LSAT, with between 5 and 8 questions each. Students should plan on spending about 8.5 minutes on each game. […]

Practice LSAT is this Saturday! »

Willamette Law is hosting a free practice LSAT this Saturday, November 14, 2015. Sign up here (the sign up is at the bottom). The test is the October 2013 LSAT. There will be free pizza after the test while 1L student Cody Craig gives a “tips and tricks” presentation. An admission rep will also be on […]