All applicants for admission to St. Mary’s University School of Law must possess a bachelor’s or higher degree from an accredited college or university, or its equivalent, prior to beginning their legal education. All applicants must complete and submit a St. Mary’s University School of Law application for admission. All applicants must also subscribe to the Credential Assembly Service (CAS) and register for, and take, the Law School Admission Test (LSAT).
Applicants should contact Law Services online or call or at 215-968-1001 to register for the LSAT and subscribe to the CAS. February is normally the last month when the LSAT can be taken for applicants to be considered for the upcoming fall admission. Only LSAT scores received within the last five years are considered current. You may submit the School of Law application before or after taking the LSAT and before subscribing to the CAS, but early application is encouraged. First-year admission occurs only in the fall of each year.
Graduates from the School of Law are qualified for a variety of exciting career opportunities. Visit the Employment Statistics page for more detailed information.
To view our ABA Standard 509 Information Report, Scholarship Retention Data Worksheet and other required disclosures, please visit our Consumer Information page.
St. Mary’s University School of Law has representatives at numerous recruiting events throughout the year. These are opportunities to meet with Admissions professionals who can help advise you about general applicant information and about St. Mary’s in particular. You are invited to take advantage of a reception or open house in an area convenient to you.
Feb. 15, 2017: Texas Tech Pre-law Meet-and-Greet, Lubbock, Texas
Feb. 16, 2017: LeTourneau University Law as a Career Day, Longview, Texas
March 6, 2017: University of North Texas Criminal Justice Day, Denton, Texas
March 31, 2017: Admitted Students Reception, St. Mary’s Law, San Antonio, Texas (by invitation only)
We encourage prospective students to contact our office to schedule a visit to St. Mary’s that can be tailored to meet your needs. We think that you will benefit from the personal attention, as well as specific direction geared to your level of interest, that this type of a visit provides.
Through a special campus visit, we are better able to assist you by providing individualized information and guidance, rather than simply general information.
The best way to learn about St. Mary’s is to visit. You will:
Contact Law School Admissions
We invite you to take a look at our road piece or watch a video to learn more about the St. Mary’s Law difference.