How to Apply to MC Law
A bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university is required and confirmation of your degree is necessary before registration. You must have taken the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) within five years of application to MC Law; scores older than five years will not be considered.
1. LAW SCHOOLS ADMISSIONS TEST
You must have taken the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) within five years of application to MC Law; scores older than five years will not be considered.
2. Admissions Application
An application should be submitted online through the Law School Admission Council.
3. Personal Statement
The personal statement provides an opportunity for you to present yourself, your background, your ideas, and your qualifications to the Admissions Committee. This document is submitted as part of the LSAC Admissions Application.
4. CAS Report
The Central Assembly Service (CAS) Report, provided by the Law School Admissions Council, is sent to the law school upon request and includes your undergraduate transcript summary, copies of all undergraduate and graduate transcripts, LSAT scores, and a copy of the LSAT writing sample. CAS registration takes place as part of the LSAC Admissions Application.
5. Letters of Recommendation
Letters of recommendation are not required, but can be effective in enhancing your application. MC Law particularly encourages evaluations and recommendations from people who are familiar with your academic ability or work performance. MC Law accepts recommendations sent directly to the Admissions Office or received through the LSDAS Letter of Recommendation Service.
Applications are due July 10 of each year for the fall entering class. However, we encourage applicants to apply early for consideration for scholarship opportunities.