Capital University Law School LL.M. in Taxation, Business, or Business & Taxation ApplicationIn assessing an applicant’s academic record, the committee will pay attention to the nature and quality of previous educational experiences both undergraduate and graduate, supported by official transcripts, educational institutions, class rank, grade point average generally, and grades in courses related to taxation and business. Other factors considered will be the prospective student’s work experience.Applications to the LL.M. program are accepted at all times. Applicants may apply for fall, spring, and summer admission. Application deadlines are:
Spring 2013: Dec. 10, 2012 Summer 2013: April 2, 2013Fall 2013: July 15, 2013
Capital University Law School current students and all Capital University alumni should apply directly to the law school by reading these instructions and checking the box at the bottom of this page to continue to the online application. Transcripts, letters of recommendation and/or references should be forwarded directly to the law school at the following address: Capital University Law SchoolRegina F. BurchProfessor of Law and Director of Graduate Law Programs303 East Broad StreetColumbus, Ohio 43215-3200 All other applicants are required to submit applications via the LSAC online application process and to forward transcripts and letters of recommendation through LSAC’s Credential Assembly Service (CAS). Read all the information carefully before submitting your online application. Files are not reviewed for admission until all required materials are received. Failure to answer all questions or submit all required documents will delay application processing.LL.M. APPLICANTS WITH U.S. DEGREESApplicant Requirements
Before a candidate is considered for admission to the LL.M. program, we must receive:
CAPITAL UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL STUDENTS AND CAPITAL UNIVERSITY ALUMNI
The application fee is waived for Capital University Law School students and for all Capital University alumni. Transcripts for Capital Law alumni and current students can come directly from the Office of Records and Registration to the Director of Graduate Law Programs. Contact Marty Hendren at firstname.lastname@example.org and notify her that you are applying to the LL.M. program and are requesting that a copy of your transcript be released to the Director of Graduate Law Programs.
Letters of recommendation are not required, but you must submit the names and contact information of two professional or academic references.
LL.M. APPLICANTS WITH FOREIGN DEGREESIn addition to the information above, the following information is for applicants with law degrees from institutions outside the United States.
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