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Criteria for LLM Admission




The University of Arizona's Center for English as a Second Language offers excellent short courses in English (see CESL), which may be arranged at the student's cost prior to enrollment for the LLM, if a student's TOEFL is close to but does not meet the required level. 



Other factors given primary consideration in the admission process include:


The University of Arizona is an EEO/AA employer and does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, Veteran's status, or sexual orientation in its admissions, employment and educational programs or activities.


Given the small size of the program and its unique attributes, admission is highly competitive.



Admission Instructions and Procedures

Interested candidates should apply online through their LSAC account. Candidates without an LSAC account can apply through the University of Arizona Graduate Admissions Application. See the Application page for more information.
Prospective students are strongly encouraged to explore Arizona Law's website for more information regarding the faculty and course offerings, as well as current calendar, schedule, library and other information.
Questions relating to the LLM program should be addressed to:

Professor David A. Gantz
Director, International Trade and Business Law Program

The University of Arizona
James E. Rogers College of Law
1201 E. Speedway Blvd.
P.O. Box 210176
Tucson, Arizona 85721-0176 U.S.A.


Updated: 04/10/2014