I have a question regarding LSAC, the application process, and accounting for your extracurricular activities. I am presently studying for the LSAT exam and also trying to get other items in order such as: transcripts, letters-of-recommendation, etc. I was just wondering how does Law Services really know you were the member of the clubs/student organizations that you claim to have been involved with? To my knowledge it doesn’t say anywhere on your transcripts in what you participated in and from what years were you involved in them. I mean I highly doubt it would be difficult to obtain the material to verify your participation but is that a matter of procedure, or is it reserved for suspect issues? Lets say, for example a freshman saying he was vice-president of his fraternity chapter, while it is possible that it would be true, it is still highly unlikely.
How or for that matter do you even have to prove you were a member of the aforementioned student organizations? What is the procedure if you have been out of school for some time, or just ceased involvement?
Any light you can shed on this topic would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance!