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Applications must be complete before they are reviewed.  A complete application includes:  an application form with all items answered and explanations attached (the form must be signed and dated--if you apply on-line, an electronic signature will suffice); the personal statement; and an LSDAS report.  We do not required letters of recommendation, but they can be very helpful. 

Application Review

Every complete application is read in its entirety, and all information an applicant or her recommenders provide to the Committee on Admission is taken into account.

We look closely at candidates' LSAT scores and undergraduate grade point averages; these tend, in combination, to predict success in the first year at Tulane. In addition, we review each candidate's personal statement, descriptions of work and other activities in and out of college, letters of recommendation (encouraged, but not required), and all other information brought to our attention.

We want individuals who will contribute unique perspectives to the law school educational experience and, therefore, we seek a diverse a group of students. This commitment is reflected in the substantial number of minorities, women, older students, and students from unusual backgrounds represented in the student body, as well as broad geographical and undergraduate school representation.



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Contact Information:

Office of Admission
Weinmann Hall
6329 Freret Street, Suite 203
New Orleans, LA 70118
tel 504.865.5930
fax 504.865.6710
admissions@law.tulane.edu

 
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