JD Application Information
Entering JD Application and Instructions
The Office of Admissions will accept applications for Fall 2014 admission starting September 1, 2013.
American University Washington College of Law offers two Early Decision Options (December or January). If you choose to apply early decision please mark the option on your application and submit the Early Decision Certification. Your file will not be considered complete without the certification. For more information about the Early Decision Option please click here.
On-line Application Form
Applications must be submitted it via the Law School Admission Council electronic application service. If you experience any difficulty or require technical assistance with the on-line service, please contact the LSAC Help Desk at 215-968-1393.
Public Interest/Public Scholarship Application
Created in 2001, the Public Interest/Public Service Scholarship is offered to up to 10 full-time entering law students with outstanding academic credentials who demonstrate, through significant past volunteer and community service experience, a strong commitment to practicing law in the public interest or government. The scholarship covers the 86 credits required for graduation, and is renewable for each of a student's three years or full-time study, assuming the student remains in good academic standing and adheres to the general requirements for participation as a PI/PS Scholar.
Transfer and Visitor Application & Instructions
Application Fee Waiver
The $70.00 application fee will be automatically waived for any applications submitted by December 31, 2013.
If your mailing address is in the United States or Canada, you can receive a copy of our Admissions Viewbook by completing the Information Request form posted below. Our application form can only be accessed on-line via the Law School Admission Council Electronic Application Service. We are unable to mail our Admissions Bulletin outside the U.S and Canada. Download a PDF version of our Admissions Viewbook.