LLM Programs that do not require LSAC to apply to them


RKSLAW1

Hello everyone, I wanted to open this thread to share Universities - Law Schools that do not require LSAC to apply to their LLM Program. For example, Harvard Law School, Washington University School of Law, Northwestern University etc.


Do you know other Law Schools that do not require LSAC to apply to them for the LLM Program?

[Edited by RKSLAW1 on Jan 25, 2022]

Hello everyone, I wanted to open this thread to share Universities - Law Schools that do not require LSAC to apply to their LLM Program. For example, Harvard Law School, Washington University School of Law, Northwestern University etc.<br><br>
Do you know other Law Schools that do not require LSAC to apply to them for the LLM Program?
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Feyivor

University of Illinois School of Law, Urbana- Champaig

University of Illinois School of Law, Urbana- Champaig
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Hello everyone, I wanted to open this thread to share Universities - Law Schools that do not require LSAC to apply to their LLM Program. For example, Harvard Law School, Washington University School of Law, Northwestern University etc.


Do you know other Law Schools that do not require LSAC to apply to them for the LLM Program?

[quote]Hello everyone, I wanted to open this thread to share Universities - Law Schools that do not require LSAC to apply to their LLM Program. For example, Harvard Law School, Washington University School of Law, Northwestern University etc.<br><br>
Do you know other Law Schools that do not require LSAC to apply to them for the LLM Program? [/quote]
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I know USC.

I know USC.
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Harvard:  you can't apply though LSAC. 
They have a separate system for LOR and the whole application procedure, though you may send the transcript via using LSAC with a 30USD process fee, it's more convenient to send them by email. 

Duke: not using LSAC as an option. Yet you may still apply via LSAC. 
As far as I remembered, they offer application fee waiver for those who send the application directly to their admission office via postal mail. 

[Edited by Crimsonamikaze on Feb 04, 2023]

Harvard:&nbsp; you can't apply though LSAC.&nbsp;<br>They have a separate system for LOR and the whole application procedure, though you may send the transcript via using LSAC with a 30USD process fee, it's more convenient to send them by email.&nbsp;<br><br>Duke: not using LSAC as an option. Yet you may still apply via LSAC.&nbsp;<br>As far as I remembered, they offer application fee waiver for those who send the application directly to their admission office via postal mail.&nbsp;
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