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All applicants must submit their application online through the Law School Admission Council (LSAC). The online application includes the following items:
- Application Form
- $75 Application Fee – this fee is paid through LSAC.
- TOEFL or IELTS Score –If English is not your native language, you must submit your official score to LSAC. If you have successfully completed and received a post-secondary degree from an accredited institution where English is the primary language of instruction, you may be eligible for a TOEFL waiver. You will attach a word document to your LSAC application explaining why you are eligible for a TOEFL waiver.
- Transcripts - If you are using LSAC’s LLM CAS Transcript Authentication and Evaluation Service, send the LSAC Transcript Request Form to your School so that they can complete it and return it to LSAC with your certified official transcript in a sealed and signed envelope. Otherwise, you will need to go through another credential service listed on www.naces.org in order to submit your transcripts.
- Recommendations – Prepare and send the LSAC recommendation form to TWO people who are either present or former law teachers or supervisors.
- Personal Statement - A short essay that describes who you are and why you are applying to the LL.M. program. Tell us about your experiences, your reasons for seeking an LL.M. degree, and the course of study you wish to pursue. Your statement is limited to 3-5 pages and will be electronically attached to your LSAC application.
- Resume or CV – You will electronically attach your resume or CV to your LSAC application.
- Scholarship Application – If you wish to apply for a scholarship, you will need to answer the optional scholarship application questions on your online LSAC application. You will also need to attach a word document briefly describing your financial need and why you are applying for a scholarship.