Information to Help You Complete Your Application
Below is all the information you'll need to complete your application to the University of Baltimore School of Law. Below you will find all the information necessary to submit and complete your application.
Law School Admissions Council (LSAC)
The Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) is the central collection point for all application materials for students applying to any American Bar Association accredited J.D. program in the United States.
LSAC administers the Law School Admissions Test(LSAT), hosts our online application and collects all transcripts and supporting documents.
Law School Admissions Test (LSAT)The Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) is required for admission. All applicants must submit an LSAT score. LSATs are administered throughout the world.
Visit LSAC.org for a test date and location near you. More information about the LSAT scores at the University of Baltimore School of Law can be found here. LSAT score must be no older than five years.
You should attach a resume to your application by uploading a Word document.. The resume should list your university and college education, your employment, volunteer activities and any awards you may have received.
You should also attach a personal statement to your application by uploading a Word document. The personal statement is your opportunity to tell the admission committee something about yourself which may not be available in other parts of the application. Previous applicants have written about such subjects as a challenge they have overcome, an experience which led them to study law and a particular work or volunteer experience which relates to the study of law.
Character and Fitness Questions
In addition to a bar examination, there are character, fitness, and other qualifications for admission to the bar in every U.S. jurisdiction. Applicants are encouraged to determine the requirements for any jurisdiction in which they intend to seek admission by contacting that jurisdiction. Addresses for all relevant agencies are available through the National Conference of Bar Examiners website. The application contains character and fitness questions. These questions concern criminal charges, civil suits, employment discharge and academic disciplinary action. You must answer these questions. Any affirmative answer requires that a detailed explanation be attached to the application.
Credential Assembly Service (CAS)
The Credential Assembly Service (CAS) is offered by LSAC. Sign up for the CAS (fee is required) and list the University of Baltimore School of Law as a recipient school. List all universities and colleges attended. Copies of transcripts must be sent to the CAS. The CAS will evaluate your transcripts for a U.S. equivalent degree. A copy of all your transcripts and the evaluation will be sent to the School of Law after all transcripts are received and a valid LSAT score is on file with LSAC.
Letters of recommendation are not required but you are strongly recommended to submit two letters. These should be submitted via the CAS. Follow the instructions on the Credential Assembly Services section concerning letters of recommendation.
TOEFLA TOEFL score is not required for application to the University of Baltimore School of Law.
Visit the Office of International Admissions for details.