Useful Links:
American Bar Association (ABA)
In addition to accrediting law schools, the ABA has helpful information about continuing legal education and other resources of use to students and legal professionals.

Council on Legal Education Opportunity (CLEO)
CLEO is a "nonprofit organization committed to diversifying the legal profession by expanding legal education opportunities to minority, low-income and disadvantaged groups."

FindLaw: Pre-Law
Provides general information for pre-law students. 

Internet Legal Research Group
Provides links to resources on testing, financial aid, and the application process.

Law School Admission Council (LSAC)
Includes extensive information on the LSAT's, as well as financial aid information and law school rankings.

Law School Interview Questions
Prepared by Georgia Southern University, this worksheet offers an extensive list of sample questions that may be posed during a law school admissions interview.

LSAT Preparation Diversity Scholarship Program
Sponsored by Bracewell & Giuliani LLP, The Princeton Review, and the minority student organizations at the University of Texas School of Law.  Created to provide racially and ethnically diverse law school candidates an increased opportunity for law school admission. Open to all racially and ethnically diverse college students planning to attend law school. Scholarship recipients will receive the full tuition to attend The Princeton Review's LSAT preparation classroom course.

National Association for Law Placement (NALP)
Provides legal career counseling and planning and other useful information for pre-law students, law students, and professionals.

NAPLA/Boston College Law School Locator
A great resource for identifying schools where your grades and LSAT scores will be most competitive.

Princeton Review: Law School & Careers
This link gives the Princeton Review rankings of law schools, as well as information about applying, the LSAT, and financial aid.