LLM Candidates for GW Law’s January 2018 Intake Have Until November 1, 2017 to Submit Applications

LLM Candidates for GW Law’s January 2018 Intake Have Until November 1, 2017 to Submit Applications

Law graduates and legal professionals who want to get an LLM degree as soon as January 2018 may still have time to do so through the LLM programs offered by George Washington University Law School (GW Law). If applicants move fast, they may still complete all requirements and submit them on or before the deadline of 1 November 2017. However, it should be noted that submissions made beyond the deadline will only be considered depending on the availability of places.

Founded in 1865, GW Law is District of Columbia's oldest law school. It boasts of its wide international reach with over 300 students from 48 countries partaking in its LLM programs. It currently offers several LLM degrees with two intakes per year: January and August. The LLM programs are as follows:

Applications for all LLM programs are facilitated by the LSAC. An application fee of $80 will be required. Each application will be automatically considered for scholarship, thus candidates need not make a separate one. Prospective LLM students who cannot make it to the November 1 deadline will have to wait for the August 2018 intake, which has a priority deadline of 15 March 2018. Applications received beyond this date will still be reviewed and considered for scholarship at least until space and funds are available, but only up to 1 June 2018.