How to Apply

Navigating America’s legal system is hard, but applying to law school doesn’t have to be. At Arizona Summit Law School, our application process is streamlined to avoid hang-ups and unnecessary delays. And with three classes of incoming students — spring, summer and fall — admitted on a rolling basis, you can apply anytime.

Steps to Apply

1.) Register with LSAC
Register with the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) at www.lsac.org.

2.) Request Transcripts
Request official transcripts from all colleges and universities you’ve attended and send them to the LSAC.

3.) Submit Personal Statement
Submit your personal statement (click here for personal statement requirements).

4.) Request Letters of Recommendation
Request two letters of recommendation, preferably from academic sources. Have your letters sent to LSAC.

5.) Submit your Official Application through LSAC at www.lsac.org
You may also include a diversity statement to describe an element of your personal, professional or cultural background that would contribute to our program's diversity.

Foreign Student Admission
Arizona Summit Law School actively recruits abroad. Learn about our admissions requirements for international students.

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