LL.M. in Elder Law - Admission
Fall Online Application coming soon.
Applicants for admission to the LL.M. program in Elder Law must have a strong interest in elder law and experience working in elder law or related fields is helpful but not required. Applicants must also be proficient in the English language and hold a law degree from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association or must hold a first law degree from a foreign law school approved by the appropriate authority in that country. Applicants who received their first law degree from a U.S. law school that is not, or at the time of the applicant's graduation was not, accredited by the American Bar Association may be considered for admission if the applicant (1) is licensed to practice law in at least one state within the U.S., (2) can provide a certificate of good standing from that state's bar, and (3) has a strong interest in or experience in Elder Law or related areas of practice.
Classes are admitted each January (application deadline Dec. 1) and August (application deadline Aug. 1). The Admissions Committee will consider applications on a rolling basis and will notify applicants of their acceptance. A $500 non-refundable deposit will be required upon acceptance.
Foreign applicants must submit the legal credentials that apply in their respective countries of origin. All applicants must demonstrate strong academic achievement and must be proficient in the English language. Applicants whose native language is not English must achieve a TOEFL examination score of at least 550 (paper-based) or 213 (computer-based).
CODES FOR TOEFL EXAM ARE TO BE SENT DIRECTLY TO STETSON COLLEGE OF LAW:
Stetson College of Law "Institution Code" = 5630
Stetson College of Law "Department Code"= 03
Foreign applicants are advised that admission to the bar in Florida and most other states requires a J.D. degree from an accredited U.S. law school. For more information, visit www.abanet.org/legaled/baradmissions/bar.html.
Please view Nondiscrimination Policy (PDF).
Applicants with Disabilities: Individuals seeking information about disability accommodation at the College of Law are encouraged to read more about Accessibility Resources for Students with Disabilities. Questions can be directed to the ADA coordinator at [email protected].
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CENTER FOR EXCELLENCE IN ELDER LAW
1401 61st Street South
Gulfport, Florida 33707