The admissions process at St. Thomas University School of Law is competitive and highly selective. Members of the Admissions Committee review and consider each application for admission in its entirety.
St. Thomas Law offers an online application through the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC).
St. Thomas Law also accepts applications in hard copy. For questions or to request an application & admissions material, contact email@example.com
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A check or money order made payable to St. Thomas University in the amount of $60 must accompany the application material. The application processing fee is non-refundable. Fee waivers are available to qualified candidates. If you are interested in receiving an application fee waiver please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Admissions Committee will consider many factors in the admissions process, particularly performance on the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) and undergraduate grade point average. Additional factors include extracurricular activities, employment experience, demonstrated commitment to public and community service, leadership skills and experience, history of overcoming personal or professional challenges, other academic, personal and professional achievements, and St. Thomas University affiliations.
Students who intend to practice law should be aware that admission to the bar in all states involves character, fitness and other qualifications. Before applying for admission to law school, applicants are advised to investigate the requirements for admission to the practice of law in any jurisdiction in which they intend to practice. Some state bars may require registration at the time of entry into law school. An applicant's ability to be admitted to the practice of law, even after successful completion of legal studies and graduation from law school, may be severely limited if the applicant has had any legal issue. Students are encouraged to determine the requirements for the state(s) in which they intend to practice by consulting the website of the National Conference of Bar Examiners at http://www.ncbex.org/