*Those admitted later in the admissions cycle will be provided reasonable dates by which to submit their deposits and secure their seats.
We participate in the Credential Assembly Service (CAS). All applicants must register with the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) and register for the CAS to apply.
All applicants must take the LSAT. We recommend you complete the LSAT no later than February of the year in which you wish to apply. We accept scores from the June LSAT for the same year, but the application must be submitted by July 1.
You must submit a minimum of two letters of recommendation. At least one recommendation must be from an academic source, such as a professor who can comment on your critical thinking, writing skills and potential for success in law school. The preferred method of submission is through the LSAC.
You must submit an official copy of all undergraduate and graduate transcripts to the LSAC for a transcript analysis. Upon acceptance, you must also submit an official transcript showing your undergraduate degree.
We do take graduate work into account; however, the GPA we consider is your undergraduate GPA.
You must submit a one- to two-page personal statement with the application through the CAS. Your personal statement may contain but is not limited to the following topics:
In addition to a bar examination, there are character, fitness and other qualifications for admission to the bar in every U.S. jurisdiction. You are encouraged to determine the requirements for your desired jurisdiction by contacting the relevant agency through the National Conference of Bar Examiners.