- Apply to UW
- Programs & Majors
- Cost & Financial Aid
- Current Students
- UW Life
- About UW
If you have registered for an LSAT, you are welcome to submit your application materials. When your file arrives to us electronically from LSAC, there will be an indicator reflecting your future LSAT registration. We will not review your file for admission until that LSAT score arrives.
Subsequently, if you already have an LSAT on file, and you’d prefer we not wait for the new score, please email or call with your request to have your file reviewed immediately. We will be happy to do so!
The LSAT populates into your electronic file 1-2 days after you personally receive your score.
Due to receiving around 500 applications each year, our admissions staff of two does not have the time to review and provide feedback to applicants regarding the content of personal statements or resumes. We recommend applicants utilize campus writing centers, friends, family, and/or colleagues when seeking personal statement or resume review.
Applicants only need to be concerned with the law school/JD application process. Then, if admitted, 1L students are invited during the fall semester to attend an information session including all three joint master’s degree directors. Those directors will talk about their respective programs and the application process, which can be completed during the first year of law studies.
We will only accept the LSAT, and look forward to receiving your exam score as part of your application packet.