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Erica Edwards O’Neal ‘99 Named Amistad’s VP of Membership
Posted On February 9, 2016
Touro Law is proud of Erica Edwards O’Neal, Senior Director of Career Services and Director of... Read More
ABA President Paulette Brown to Visit Touro Law
Posted On February 8, 2016
Touro Law Center is pleased to announce that ABA President Paulette Brown will visit the school on F... Read More
Law Students, Practitioners and Judges Help Facilitate National Mock Trial Competition for Undergraduate Students
Posted On February 4, 2016
Touro Law students are working together with members of the bar, bench and academy to share their kn... Read More
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Requirements: U.S. Applicants

Applicants should hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution. A degree from a non-U.S. institution is acceptable if it is academically equivalent to a bachelor's degree awarded by an accredited institution in the United States.

No particular undergraduate curriculum is required; however, the Admissions Committee favors courses and programs that are the most intellectually challenging. In addition, the Admissions Committee expects that students will be knowledgeable about the government and history of the United States and the foundations of modern civilization. Above all, prospective students should demonstrate proficiency in analytical reasoning, as well as strength in oral and written communication.

Applicants must register with the Credential Assembly Service (CAS) and take the LSAT, which is given each year in February, June, September/October, and December. Students may register for any test date and still be considered for the upcoming class, as long as their applications can be completed in time.