Law School Admissions
Study law at UND, where we care about you as a person as well as a student.
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Visiting UND School of Law is the best way to determine if we are the right fit for your law school education. Guests are welcome on campus for visits and tours provided they adhere to all UND Covid-19 safety protocols and procedures. If meeting virtually is more comfortable or convenient, we can accommodate that type of visit as well. Please use the link below to arrange your preferred type of visit. We are proud of the education and the supportive environment we provide to our students and would enjoy the opportunity to connect with you and teach you the benefits of attending UND Law.
UND Law is fortunate to have an increasingly strong group of students from Canada among its student body. The opportunities and benefits for Canadian students to study law here are numerous. Our small community offers Canadian students small class sizes, a wealth of experiential opportunities for practical experience, a discounted tuition rate for Manitoba and Saskatchewan residents, a strong student organization, and an amazing network of Canadian alumni working in Canada and the United States.
Transfer students are increasingly making up a bigger portion of our student body. Our small community of students, faculty and staff provide a welcoming environment for transfer students. As Assistant Dean Brad Parrish said, 'If we can make it work, we are happy to help students transfer to UND Law. It's part of the character of who we are."
Law School Admissions Council
Law School Admissions Council is the primary resource for aspiring law students. The LSAC page is your location to register for the LSAT exam, to apply for admission through the Credential Assembly Service, and to register for Law Forums. We encourage you to visit the LSAC website.
Contact Law Admissions
If you have questions about the admissions process, check out our Frequently Asked Questions page.
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UND Law added the Family Law Clinical Practicum for the spring 2021 semester for second-year and third-year law students.
Fourteen law students were selected to participate in the University of North Dakota School of Law Legislative Externship program.
Second-year student Ericka Muller Moran, from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, talks about why she chose UND Law, about the support available for academics, and finding externship placements.
Second-year student Luah Beah, from Liberia, talks about coming to UND Law, the benefits of being involved in student organizations, and getting to know the law faculty and staff.
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