Step 4: Register with LSAC’s Credential Assembly Service (CAS).

Step 5: Submit two letters of recommendation. Applicants must use the LSAC letter of recommendation (LOR) service. At least one letter should be written in the past year.

Step 6: Upload a personal statement, including reasons for wanting to attend law school, to your e-application.

Step 7: Upload a current resume to your e-application.

Step 8: Request transcripts from all colleges or universities attended. Transcripts should be submitted by the school(s) directly to LSAC’s CAS.

Step 9: Submit your e-application to Charleston School of Law via LSAC by the March 1 priority deadline.