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LLM Applicants

​​​​​​​​​​Admission Requirements

Prospective students must have received a law degree from an accredited U.S. law school or a Bachelor of Laws from a foreign law school, or will have received such a degree prior to seeking admission.​

  • Fall Semester (begins in August):  July 1
  • Spring Semester (begins in January):  November 1

To expedite the application and administration process, applicants are encouraged to apply online. However, a PDF application is also available here - LLM Application.pdf

Prospective students should submit the following materials in order to be considered for admission.

  • Completed application: An application is required for all applicants. Applications can be submitted electronically through the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) or sent directly to the Office of Law Admission - LLM Program.
  • Application fee: A $40 nonrefundable application processing fee is required. If submitting your application electronically, you may pay online through LSAC. If mailing in your application, you may submit a check payable to Office of Law Admission - LLM Program.
  • Personal statement: A personal statement is required and must accompany your application for admission. It should not exceed two pages, and may provide the LLM Admission Committee with information regarding such matters as intellectual interests and pursuits; personal, family or educational background; experiences and talents of special interest; reasons for applying to the LLM program as they may relate to personal goals and professional aspirations; or any other factors that will assist the committee's evaluation of your candidacy for admission.
  • Resume: A current resume is required, should not exceed two pages and must accompany the application. It should include a complete employment record and identify honors, scholarships, and commendations received; membership in any bar, scholastic, honorary, and professional associations; as well as community, volunteer and extracurricular activities.
  • Two letters of recommendation: Two letters of recommendation are required for all applicants, and additional letters are helpful. Letters may be written by employers or colleagues who are in positions to make critical and informed appraisals of qualifications. Letters from your law school professors also are particularly useful. Letters of recommendation can be submitted to LSAC or sent directly to the Office of Law Admission - LLM Program.
  • Official law school transcript

All application materials, including the official law school transcript, can be submitted online or emailed to .  At this time, we cannot receive documents in the mail.

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