Stanford Law School LLM Applications Dates Still to Be Announced
Standford Law School (SLS) offers a Master of Laws (LLM) program in International Economic Law, Business & Policy and students are still awaiting important dates to be set.
According to SLS website, both the date applications will be open and the final deadline for application submission are yet to be determined according to SLS official website. The only deadline we have so far is the one regarding the application deadline for Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program which is set for November 22, 2019.
We do however have a list of application requirements that students will need to meet in order to apply:
- Application for admission for Graduate Study
- Personal statement
- Proof of application fee payment
- Official grade transcript
- TOEFL score for non-English natives
- Two letters of recommendation
The application fee is non-refundable and students are responsible for all documentation reaching SLS’s Office of Admissions on time. The application fee is $125 US and all documentation is to be submitted through LSAC.
The LLM program in International Economic Law, Business & Policy at Standford Law School is designed for people who have already acquired their primary law degree from a university outside of US. All candidates need to have at least two years of experience practicing law in order to apply for this particular LLM.
For a more complete overview of this LLM program as well as insight into its curriculum, you should visit SLS’s official websites. All inquiries should be sent to their official support channels.