AbbeyS wrote:What's the proper etiquette for asking someone to write you an LOR? An email? What did you all say to your LOR people when you requested?
Also...is the uploading process something I can find directions for on LSAC or nah
Start with an email if you don't/can't see the professor regularly. Make sure that you mention where they should know you from if you weren't in their office hours every day for a semester. If you're lucky, they'll remember you and ask for a meeting to catch up and get to know you a bit better (resume, interests, etc). I've had a professor ask me to draft up a recommendation (not for law school) and he would sign off on it. It was weird. Most of them I provided a resume and list of interests so that they could better tailor it to me personally.
You should play around on the LSAC website a bit more...They aren't going to require a method without giving directions.
("professor" = "recommender" - use them interchangeably as most LORs come from professors, but same concept applies to employers.)