Arizona Summit Law School’s admissions process works on a rolling basis, meaning there are no application deadlines or due dates. We have a Fall start in September, Spring start in January and Summer in May and we recommend students submit their applications early in each cycle as our Admissions Committee reviews applications for each start time until all seats are full.

From putting together your application to being admitted to Arizona Summit Law School, find out what you can expect during each step of our admissions process.

Prospective students must first take the LSAT or have taken the exam within the last five years. For more information about taking the LSATs, including testing locations and registration information, please visit You must also have received a Bachelor's degree from an accredited undergraduate institution prior to your first day of classes.

To apply, you must register with the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) and their Credential Assembly Service (CAS). There you will provide your official transcripts, resumes, letters of recommendation and character and fitness documentation, which will then be sent to Arizona Summit Law School. For additional detailed instructions on completing your application to, please visit our Apply Now page.

Committee Review
Once we receive all necessary documents, your application will go into committee review. At Arizona Summit Law School, the admissions committee is comprised of the Director of Admissions and select members of the faculty.  Generally, it can take three to four weeks for the members to review your file and make recommendations for your decision.

Accepting your Seat
Once you are accepted to Arizona Summit Law School, you must make a seat deposit to hold your seat. Specific deposit amounts and deadlines are included in your acceptance letter. Accept your seat now

Before your First Day of Classes
Admitted students must have an official transcript from the institution that granted their Bachelor's degree mailed directly to:

Arizona Summit Law School, Records & Registration
One North Central Avenue, 13th Floor
Phoenix, AZ  85004

Admitted students must also attend a mandatory orientation prior to their first day of classes. Details regarding orientation will be e-mailed and posted on our website. You will receive updates and specifics as your orientation date approaches.    

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