The application for Fall 2019 will be available on lsac.org on November 15, 2018. The application deadline is February 1st, 2019. Candidates must use the Law School Admissions Council’s LLM Credential Assembly Service.
No application fee required.
The BYU Law School offers a two-semester (eight-month) LLM program for foreign lawyers leading to a master’s degree in law. It is a full-time day program that begins every August and ends in April.
The program is designed specifically for non-U.S. lawyers who intend to obtain the degree to enhance employment opportunities in their home countries.
An ecclesiastical endorsement must be completed before an application will be reviewed. Students interested in applying for Fall 2019 can begin the ecclesiastical endorsement process starting September 5th, 2018. LDS students need an endorsement interview with BOTH their bishop AND stake president. Non-LDS students need an endorsement interview with BOTH their local religious leader or local LDS bishop AND the non-denominational BYU Chaplain.
Click here to start this process. If you do not already have a BYU Net ID, you will need to create one here.
English Proficiency Requirements
Please click here for English proficiency requirements for LLM and international students.