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Online LL.M. Application Process

Online LL.M. Application Process

Please complete the following steps to apply for the Online LL.M. program. Completed applications are reviewed after the Scholarship Priority Deadline (typically within 1-2 weeks). Please note that the review of your application may also include any federally required screening.

We strongly encourage applicants to apply as early as possible and no later than 1 month before the scheduled start of the semester.

Summer 2024 Deadlines:

  • Scholarship Priority Deadline: March 15
  • Application Deadline: April 12
  • Start date for Online LLM: May 13

For class start dates and key deadlines, please refer to the Academic Calendar.

Schedule an online visit with a member of our team

Application

All application materials can be submitted through this Online LL.M. Application Portal

Applicants should be prepared to submit the following:

  • Application Form 
  • Confirmation that Credential Evaluation or Transcript Order is In Progress (The course by course credential evaluation is required for non-US law degrees. Applicants may select from any of these agencies or may proceed through the UDSL Online LLM page with SpanTran.)
  • English Proficiency (TOEFL, IELTS, Waiver Request)
  • Updated CV or Resume
  • Personal Statement (This should be submitted on Page 15 of the Application under "Other Supporting Documentation")
  • Scholarship Request Statement (if applicable)
  • Attorney Registration Card (if applicable)

Since applicants cannot save their progress in the portal, we recommend they review the application and required supplemental materials before completing the online application. Please feel free to contact Assistant Dean Margaret Ioannides (mioannides1@udayton.edu) if you have any questions regarding the application process. You may also schedule an online visit with the Assistant Dean here.

Additional Application Option

Interested students can also apply through the Law School Admission Council (LSAC).  The application can be submitted electronically through LSAC’s Document Assembly Service and may be combined with the LSAC’s International Transcript Authentication and Evaluation Service. (LSAC Fees Apply). Search for the Dayton Law Online LLM application in LSAC by searching for the following: University of Dayton School of Law - Summer 2024 - International (if you are foreign educated law school graduate seeking admission for Summer 2024).

Contact Us

Margaret Ioannides, Assistant Dean for Online LL.M. Programs

Phone: +1.937.329.8651

Email: mioannides1@udayton.edu 

CONTACT

Online LL.M. Program

Keller Hall
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 2772
937-329-8651
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