What We Do

We provide public education about entry to the legal profession and do consumer advocacy. See our Theory of Action.

LST Reports

Attending law school is a life-changing decision. LSTScoreReports.com provides you the space to consider and answer important questions.

State Reports

Seperate schools based on where graduates get jobs

School Reports

Estimate debt and admissions chances, see job statistics and trends

Personal Reports

Create custom reports based on factors that matter to you

National Reports

Compare all ABA-approved law schools

2015 State of Legal Education

Law school enrollment is the lowest it's been since the 1960's. To remain financially viable, many law schools are admitting many people who face real risk of not completing school or of failing the bar. The bargain is clear: take larger, riskier classes now to survive and deal with the accreditation challenges, angry alumni, and bad press that follow later.

But at what cost, and to whom? And should we collectively enable this bargain?

We need lawyers. Yet too many schools hoping to produce the next generation of lawyers are failing the profession and society todayŚnot to mention the students they're setting up to fail. To reinvigorate the law school pipeline, we must address the substantive issues that drive prospective law students away from the legal profession. We must ensure that law schools make responsible enrollment choices and become more affordable.

LST Radio: I Am The Law

Our podcast about law jobs is available at LSTRadio.com. Our hosts do an informational interview with a different lawyer every episode, revealing what the practice of law is really like.

  • Episode 30: In-House Counsel (CO): Where Prioritization Outweighs Perfection
  • Episode 29: Public Finance (NY): New York City Biglaw
  • Episode 28: Tax Attorney (MS): Helping Low-Income Individuals Fight the IRS
  • Episode 27: Environmental Advocacy (FL/NY): Staying Afloat to Pursue Your Passion
  • Episode 26: Employment Litigation (RI): Defending Management in Adverse Actions [Small Firm]

Publications & Speaking Engagements


Academic, Columns & Editorials, Essays, and Regulatory Comments

Speaking Engagements

Before current and prospective students, policymakers, judges, law school faculty and administrators, pre-law advisors, and others.

Other Projects