LL.M. Application Instructions
Applicants seeking admission to the College’s LL.M. program must submit the following documents and information:
1. Application for Admission (submit the completed form below);
2. Transcripts from your Bachelor’s-level degree*;
3. Proof of English Proficiency (recommended range of TOEFL of 90+ or IELTS of 6.0+);
4. Color copy of applicant’s passport face-page;
5. Resume/Curriculum Vitae;
6. A 1- to 2-page statement discussing your intent to study at Syracuse;
7. Two Letters of Recommendation;
There is no fee to apply to our LL.M. program. After submission of this online application form, we encourage you to create a free account on LSAC.org and obtain an LSAC number.
Once all admissions materials are received, you will be asked to appear for a brief conversation to discuss your experience, plans, and to ask questions about our program. Add our Skype name – SyracuseLawLLM – to your contacts or send us instructions on how to connect with you via WhatsApp.
Admissions and scholarship decisions will be made on a rolling basis shortly after your interview.
*If educational transcripts need to be translated into English, you need to provide a “certified” translation.” A translator does not need to be “certified” or “sworn” in order to provide a “certified translation.” A certified translation is any translation performed by someone other than the candidate, accompanied by a signed statement attesting that the translation is accurate and complete to the
best of the translator’s knowledge and ability. Any translator or translation company may “certify” a translation.
Thank you for your interest in our program. We look forward to working with you!
By submitting this application, I certify that this application is complete and accurate. I will inform Syracuse University College of Law of any occurrences subsequent to the date of this application that would change the answers to any of the questions asked on this application. I understand that any omission or inaccuracy in this application, or any supporting materials submitted by me, whenever discovered, may result in the voiding of my registration, in which event I will receive no credit for any attendance at the school.