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Character and Fitness Questions

Your application for admissions includes questions about your character and fitness. The admissions committee will review your answers as part of the admissions process. 

In addition, you will be required to complete an application to a state bar before becoming a lawyer. This application is usually completed in your final year of law school.

Applications for membership in a state bar include questions regarding your character and fitness to become a lawyer. These questions reach beyond those on the application for admission to the School of Law.

You are encouraged to investigate the requirements for admission to the state bar. Links to each state board of bar examiners can be found on the National Conference of Bar Examiners website.

The University of Baltimore School of Law offers three degree programs and a Certificate in Estate Planning:

Apply to the J.D. Program

Apply to the LL.M. in Taxation

Apply to the LL.M. Law of the U.S.-LOTUS

Apply to the Certificate in Estate Planning

Applicants holding a J.D. may apply as a nondegree-seeking student.

The School of Law also offers Masters/J.D. dual-degree programs:

  1. Master in Business Administration (J.D./M.B.A.) with the Merrick School of Business
  2. Master in Negotiations and Conflict Management (J.D./M.S.) with the College of Public Affairs
  3. Public Administration (J.D./M.P.A. ) with the College of Public Affairs
  4. Criminal Justice (J.D./M.S.) with the Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences
  5. Public Policy (J.D./Ph.D) with UMBC's graduate school

UB undergraduate pre-law students may be eligible for early-admit or auto-admit programs.

A Maryland residency determination for admission and tuition will be made by the Office of Law Admissions.

 

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