Are you ready to take this crucial first step in making your law dream become a reality? We know that taking your Law School Admission Test (LSAT) and getting all your documentation straight can be a challenge.
Because of this, we’ve made it our mission to help you every step of the way. Let our law school admissions staff guide you through the application process.
We will answer your questions and help you with financial aid, scholarships, and debt management.
To be admitted into the Liberty University Juris Doctor (J.D.) program, you’ll need a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution recognized by the Department of Education.
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Your acceptance into Liberty Law is based on our estimate of your potential for academic success. We consider all of the information provided when making our decision. No one factor such as your LSAT score, GPA, or letters of recommendation is conclusive.
We review applications on a rolling basis and make decisions after your application is complete.
Monitor your application’s progress with the Applicant Status Online (ASO) checker. You will receive your username and password for the ASO checker by email. If you do not receive these, or if you need assistance with your account, please notify the Office of Admissions.
After your file is complete, you will receive a decision regarding admission in approximately 2-3 weeks. If you do not receive an email notification within four weeks of your application completion date, please contact us.
Offers of admission to entering first-year students are made only for the fall semester.
In accepting an offer of admission, you must sign and return the acceptance agreement along with a $300 confirmation deposit payable to Liberty University School of Law. The deposit is non-refundable and non-transferable, but it will be applied toward your tuition or fees.
To apply, you must take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) and register with the Credential Assembly Service (CAS). To meet the official transcripts requirement, we will accept official transcripts that have been sent to LSAC which are included in your CAS report. If 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 prior to October 15.