The Law School Admission Council offers the LSAC login page at OS.LSAC.org to register for the LSAT admission test, apply to schools, and access materials.
All accounts that are registered online by future or current students have the option to purchase test prep for the Law School Admission Test.
Go to https://os.lsac.org/Release/Logon/Access.aspx and enter your User ID and password from your LSAC login credentials.
Once inside your account you can apply to law schools online and receive LSAT scores to your email when they become final and available. The entire process makes it easier for prospects in the legal field.
Use the resources at the bottom of this page for assistance to a lost User ID or a password that you have forgot.
You can also call the Admission Council support from Monday to Friday at 1-215-968-1011 between 8:30 AM and 4:45 PM Eastern Standard Time. Have your LSAC account number ready when you call for faster processing.
Important Note: Registration of a new account requires that first and last names match exactly to your admission ticket that was submitted. Your account is subject to be denied if the information does not match.
Your account is self managed and contains all correspondence to the law schools that you apply to from it. Use your LSAC login daily to check for new messages or tasks to keep your profile in good standing.
It is the student or future student’s responsibility to have contact information up-to-date. This information includes your phone number, email address, and mailing address. Failure to do so could void a received offer from a choice law school.
The Law School Admission Council offers an alert field to receive important updates and news about events and services that affect you.
Opt-in to the alerts for a released update to be sent to the email address on file in your profile. These alerts will not require you to use your LSAC login to view them.