The one exception to this requirement is foreign work completed through a study abroad, consortium, or exchange program sponsored by a US or Canadian institution, and where the work is clearly indicated as such on the home campus transcript. Two recommendations are to complete your admissions application.
The Committee on Admissions requires the use of the LSAC Letter of Recommendation (LOR) Service.
Applicants who have completed less than 2 years by the start of law school or those who are just entering Teach for America or the Peace Corps are not eligible.
The application fee will also be waived for those who have served or are serving in the United States military.
Note for Foreign-Educated Applicants: Foreign transcripts must be submitted through the LSAC Credential Assembly Service (CAS).
Applicants who completed any post-secondary work outside of the United States (including its territories) or Canada, must use this service for the evaluation of foreign transcripts.
The CAS report summarizes undergraduate academic work and includes copies of your transcripts.
If you have taken the LSAT, your LSAT score(s) and your LSAT writing sample(s) will be included in the CAS report.
In completing this application, be sure that your statements are accurate, you answer all the questions in the Character and Fitness section of the application, and you electronically certify the application by completing the Certification section of the application.
Misrepresentation may result in denial of admission, the rescinding of an offer of admission, dismissal from the Law School, or revoking any NYU School of Law degrees granted.