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Admission to St. Mary's School of Law

Applying to St. Mary's School of Law

All applicants must possess a bachelor’s or higher degree from an accredited college or university, or its equivalent, before 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.

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Graduates from the School of Law are qualified for a variety of exciting career opportunities. Visit the Employment Statistics page for more detailed information.

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Recruiting Events

Graduate Information Session

Thursday, June 29, 2017 at 05:30 PM until 07:30 PM

See the St. Mary’s campus firsthand. You’ll meet with St. Mary’s University program directors, faculty, staff and current students to gain a better understanding of admission requirements, application process and financial aid options.

Register to attend

Other Upcoming Events

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.

June 29, 2017: Graduate Info Session, St. Mary’s University, San Antonio, Texas
July 14, 2017: Law School Panel, UT El Paso, El Paso, Texas
July 18, 2017: Law School Panel, UTSA, San Antonio, Texas
July 21, 2017: Law School Panel, UTRGV, Edinburg, Texas
July 22, 2017: LSAC Law Forum, Washington, D.C.
Aug. 5, 2017: CLEO Law Fair, University of Texas, Austin, Texas
Sept. 18, 2017: LSAC Forum, Toronto, Canada
Oct. 7, 2017: LSAC Forum, Miami, Florida
Oct. 10, 2017: LSAC Forum, Chicago, Illinois
Oct. 13, 2017: LSAC Forum, Atlanta, Georgia
Oct. 20, 2017: LSAC Forum, New York City, New York
Oct. 21, 2017: LSAC Forum, New York City, New York
Oct. 28, 2017: LSAC Forum, Houston, Texas
Nov. 2, 2017: LSAC Forum, San Francisco, California
Nov. 4, 2017: LSAC Forum, Los Angeles, California
Nov. 10, 2017: LSAC Forum, Boston, Massachusetts


Visit Campus

Students walk near the Barrett Memorial Bell Tower.Schedule a campus visit, and we’ll tailor your tour to your needs. We’ll provide individualized information and guidance, rather than simply general information.

The possibilities for your campus tour include:

  • Tour campus and learn to study in an environment of ethical leadership and social justice.
  • Arrange to sit in on a first-year class (Class visits must be confirmed prior to the day of the visit.)
  • Discover academic support resources that help students succeed and career services staff who assist with finding employment before and after graduation.
  • Learn the admissions process and how you can join the School of Law community through student organizations, campus ministry and top-notch clinical programs.
  • Take time to experience San Antonio’s culture and entertainment offerings.

Still have questions?

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.

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