LL.M. Admission Process
All candidates for the LL.M. degree are required to have a first degree in law from an ABA-accredited U.S. law school or from a foreign university authorized to confer such a degree by the government of the country in which it is located.
Academic, Professional and Personal Accomplishments
Applicants will be evaluated for admission on academic and personal criteria including prior academic performance in law school, undergraduate and other professional schools, as demonstrated by grade point average (GPA) in relevant course work, standardized test performance and other relevant criteria. We will also consider employment experience and other personal and professional accomplishments.
All candidates for the LL.M. degree must be fluent in English. Learn more about our requirements for English proficiency.
- Official university and graduate school transcripts
- Personal statement
- Two references
- For licensed attorneys: a copy of your attorney registration card(s)
- For international LL.M. students: