Applications from visiting students are accepted for fall and/or spring admission. Visiting student candidates utilize the same application as used by candidates for first-year admission.
To be admitted as a visiting student, an applicant must submit all of the following:
- Brooklyn Law School's Application for Admission
- A statement that requests admission as a visiting nonmatriculant and clarifies the reasons why such admission is desired.
- An official academic transcript of the applicant's law school record
- A letter from the dean's office of the law school where the applicant is enrolled certifying that the applicant is a student in good standing, that he or she has permission to visit at our school for a stated period of time, and that the credits earned at Brooklyn Law School will be applied toward the candidate's degree requirements at that other school.
Also, letter(s) of recommendation are helpful, but not required.
Juris Doctor degree graduates from law schools that are approved by the American Bar Association and are members of the Association of American Law Schools may attend Brooklyn Law School as special nonmatriculants. Applicants must submit all of the following:
- Brooklyn Law School's application for admission
- A statement that requests admission as a special nonmatriculant and clarifies the reasons why such admission is desired.
- An official law school transcript indicating the degree earned and the date it was conferred.
All applications come through lsac.org, but if you need assistance or have questions about the application, please contact the Admissions Office at email@example.com. If you need technical assistance with the LSAC’s website or have questions about the Credential Assembly Service, please contact the LSAC directly.