The law school application process is complex and time consuming – and requires the best of you. Applawz® explains each step, gets you organized, helps you set and meet deadlines . . . and gives you a little encouragement along the way.


“Law School applications are overwhelming. I had no idea where to begin without the help of the Applawz® calendar and checklist features. This tool made it into a clear and concise process. It allowed me to remain organized and focus on my LSAT and applications themselves.” – Rachel, Senior

“Preparing for law school is a scary and long process. That’s why I use Applawz® to track my progress. It makes it much easier!” – Chris, Junior

“The thought of applying to law school was terrifying. But with Applawz®, I have a place to get organized. I feel more confident in my ability to successfully apply and get into the law school of my choice.” – Maddie, Sophomore



Applawz® reinforces and enhances your advising by giving students the tools they need to plan, stay organized and on time, and successfully navigate the law school application process.


Do you know someone (a daughter, niece, grandson, friend, second-cousin twice-removed … basically anyone that you care about) that is applying to law school? Because just applying to law school is a challenge. It’s a complex process, with lots of moving parts. It takes a lot of time, it costs a lot of money, and it can be incredibly stressful. But achieving this goal – and going to law school – is life-changing.

Applawz® was inspired by students who have been through the law school application process and is based on their experiences. Applawz® helps applicants plan for and manage all of the pieces of the process.

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If you are thinking of using Applawz®, you probably want to go to law school, so here is some full-on “lawyer-ese” for you:  Applawz, part of Professor P Enterprises, makes no promises, representations, warranties, or guarantees, expressed or implied, that your use of the Applawz application will improve your LSAT score or improve your chance of being admitted into any particular law school.