Application Requirements for
Law School

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Education Requirements

To be admitted to Liberty's J.D. program, you'll need a bachelor’s degree from an institution that is accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education. Inquiries about exceptions should be addressed to the Office of Admissions.


Register and apply online through Law School Admission Council (LSAC). Complete each section of the Application for Admission, which includes your Personal Profile Statement. All questions must be answered completely. Please keep us informed of any address changes during your application process.


To apply, you must take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) and register with the Credential Assembly Service (CAS). We require “official transcripts,” received directly from the educational institutions attended, or those sent to Liberty University (by any party) within the original, sealed, university envelope. We will also accept copies of “official transcripts” that have been sent to LSAC as an off-site third-party provider. (If the transcripts are sent to LSAC before a degree has been conferred, we will require a final “official transcript” with degree conferral to be sent directly to us from the educational institution before the deadline of October 15).

Letters Of Recommendations

Submit two letters of recommendation. One letter should address your academic abilities and the other should be a personal recommendation. We recommend that you submit your letters through the Credential Assembly Service (CAS) Letter of Recommendation Service. Letters submitted through CAS will be copied and sent to us along with your LSAC report. 

International Students Deadline

The School of Law must receive all application materials by April 1 of the expected enrollment year for international applicants applying for a student visa.


Applicants are encouraged to submit a current résumé with the Application for Admission form. Your résumé should include your work experience, honors, awards, extracurricular activity, and community service.