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Some Early Decision applicants not offered admission in December will be placed on Hold and reviewed again in the spring as part of the Regular Decision pool; others not admitted in December will be informed that their application for admission has been denied and will not be evaluated again this year.The Committee looks for a broad range of courses, some of which are analytically demanding and others that require heavy reading loads and develop research and writing skills.Applicants who are alumni of Teach for America or the Peace Corps are eligible for a fee waiver for the NYU Law JD application.To qualify, applicants must have completed their 2-year commitment to Teach for America or the Peace Corps by the start of the fall semester.The Committee on Admissions prefers the use of the LSAC Letter of Recommendation (LOR) Service.NYU School of Law does not use a recommendation form.All applicants for admission to the JD program are required to take either the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) or the GRE. NYU Law requires applicants to report all valid LSAT and GRE scores that they have received.Applicants who wish to be considered for Early Decision admission must take the LSAT or the GRE no later than October 2019.
Please include any narratives or course evaluations of such transcripts with your application if they are available.Two letters of recommendation are required to complete your application.Candidates applying for the Root-Tilden-Kern Scholarship must submit at least one additional recommendation that addresses the candidate's commitment to public service and those applying to the Furman Public Policy Scholarship must submit a letter of recommendation that speaks to the candidate's interest in public policy.All other applicants must take the LSAT or the GRE no later than January 2020 in order to apply to enter in the fall 2020 semester.
The oldest LSAT score we will accept is from October 2014 LSAT Administration.NYU School of Law students (returning students) who have a confirmed fall 2019 academic year housing assignment that will not live in a Law School residence during the summer 2019 term and are employed at least 35 hours per week during the Summer term may be eligible to apply for a discount.