J.D. Application Information
› Application Fee: $0.
› Application Deadline: Rolling Admissions. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, so it's never too late to apply. However, you are encouraged to apply early as admissions decisions are determined by space availability.
› Application Requirements
- Completed Application. As part of Drexel University's Green Initiative, we feature a completely paperless application process.
- LSDAS registration. All applicants, including those educated abroad, are required to register with the Law School Data Assembly Service (LSDAS). The LSDAS will provide us with a report containing information important in the admission process. Your LSDAS report will include:
- Resume. Describe your employment history, including part-time and summer employment. Attach the resume to your application.
- Personal statement: In an essay, discuss your motivation for attending law school and why you believe we will help you achieve your goals. Attach the personal statement to your application.
Supplemental Instructions for J.D./Ph.D Program in Law & Psychology
To apply for the joint degree J.D./Ph.D Program in Law & Psychology, all applicants must complete a full J.D. application as detailed above.
In addition, all applicants must complete a separate J.D./Ph.D. application. A full description of the program, the admissions requirements, as well as a link to the application are available here. Please note that the Drexel Department of Psychology deadline for applying to the J.D./Ph.D program is December 1.
The LSAC offers a credential evaluation service for international applicants. Applicants who are eligible to use the LSAC service are required to do so and should have their TOEFL score(s) submitted to LSAC. All other applicants must have their foreign educational credentials evaluated by a recognized service such as World Education Service. Official evaluations must be sent directly to Drexel from the credential evaluation service.
International students must also complete I-20/DS-2019 and supporting financial documents. Please print and complete the I-20/DS-2019 Application Form and submit it with your supplemental materials.
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