How to apply for LL.M. study at the University of Georgia School of Law
The University of Georgia School of Law LL.M. application is available now at LSAC (Law School Admissions Council).
To enroll in LL.M. studies at the University of Georgia School of Law, you must have completed the following (typically, receipt of an LL.B. will satisfy these two criteria):
- Earned a degree equivalent to the Juris Doctor, or J.D., from a recognized non-U.S. law school; and
- Fulfilled the educational requirements for admission to the practice of law in a foreign country.
- You also must demonstrate proficiency in English, by one of the following means:
- Submitting a TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) score totaling 90, with no less than a score of 20 in the speaking section and no less than 20 in the writing section. Apply for TOEFL.
- Submitting an IELTS (International English Language Testing System) score of 6.5, with no individual band score below 6.0. Apply for IELTS.
- Securing a waiver. A waiver may be granted if English is your native language or you earned a degree from an institution of higher education where instruction is conducted in English. Completion of an English-language certificate program will not, alone, meet the requirements for a waiver. Contact LLM@uga.edu to seek a waiver.
Key LL.M. application deadlines are as follows:
August 1 University of Georgia School of Law LL.M. application available at LSAC
December 1 Application deadline for priority scholarship consideration
May 31 Final application deadline
To be considered for admission to the University of Georgia School of Law, make sure you have submitted the following documents with your LL.M. application at LSAC:
- Application fee of $50
- Official transcripts and proof of degree, with appropriate translations
- Official TOEFL or IELTS score
- Statement of Purpose (in about 500 words, discuss your background and experience, interests, and reasons for seeking an LL.M. degree from the University of Georgia School of Law)
- Résumé or CV
- Proposed Course of Study
- Two letters of recommendation