The J. Reuben Clark Law School offers a six-semester course of graduate professional study leading to the juris doctor (JD) degree. Information about legal education, admissions standards, and related matters can be obtained from the Law School Admissions Office or at www.law2.byu.edu/.
To be admitted to the Law School, an applicant must be a college graduate who has excelled academically and has scored in the upper range of the nationally administered Law School Admission Test. In addition, applicants must meet the general university admission requirements, including the personal standards required of all students.
Apply for admission online at www.lsac.org by February 1 preceding the fall of expected enrollment in the Law School. Enrollment takes place only in the fall of each year.
For more information regarding prelegal education, consult the Preprofessional Advisement Center (Law). For information regarding the BYU Law School, including opportunities for undergraduate students to observe classes, tour the Law School, or meet with an admissions officer, email or call.