Applicants should demonstrate:
Preference is given to foreign lawyers who have practiced law for at least two years. Applicants are required to participate in an in-person, or Skype interview.
Applicants are encouraged to register with the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for its Credential Assembly Service (CAS).
Applicants must submit:
The application fee must accompany all applications. It may be paid by check in U.S. dollars, made out to "UNC School of Law" and mailed to the law school address below. The application fee may also be paid online.
The opening and closing application dates for each year's application cycle are October 15 - May 31. Applications received after May 31 may be accepted on a case-by-case basis.
LSAC’s best practices guidelines state that LL.M. applicants have until April 1 to accept or decline admission and scholarship offers from US law schools. Students are also free to decline offers of admission in favor of a new offer. LSAC states: “… no law school should require an enrollment commitment of any kind to an offer of admission or scholarship prior to April 1. Law schools should pursue policies that enable all candidates to make informed decisions and consider options at schools that may have later application deadlines than their own” (LSAC’s Statement of Good Admission and Financial Aid Practices for LLM Programs (), page 3).
Address all correspondence that is sent directly to UNC School of Law to:
UNC LL.M. Program in United States LawBeverly A. Sizemore, Ph.D., Director160 Ridge Road, CB # 3380Chapel Hill, N.C. 27599-3380 (USA)Telephone: +1.919.843.6247Fax: +1.919.962.1277E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org