The LLM Application Process
Law School Reports
Law schools can specify the documents they require for LLM reporting, including law school applications, transcripts, and letters of recommendation (LORs).
Once the applicant has fulfilled all of the law school's requirements and paid the required LSAC service fees, the initial law school report will be generated based on the program's specifications for transcripts and LORs.
- If a school requires that both LORs and transcripts be processed by LSAC, the minimum number of LORs must be received by LSAC and all transcript requirements must be satisfied, including the indexing of the JD/LLB transcript or the completion of the AACRAO evaluation, before a report will be generated.
- If a school requires that only LORs be processed by LSAC, the minimum number of LORs must be received before a report will be generated.
- If a school requires that only transcripts be processed by LSAC, the JD/LLB transcript must be indexed or the AACRAO evaluation must be completed before a report will be generated.
Law school reports are $16 for each program to which you apply.
You may purchase a report when you submit your electronic application to an LLM program through LSAC. We are unable to send law school reports at your request.
If you are not submitting a law school application through LSAC, you may pay for a law school report by adding a report to your Shopping Cart from the Apply/Applications page of your LLM Credential Assembly Service account.
- transcripts copies, if applicable;
- transcript evaluation, if applicable;
- letters of recommendation, if applicable; and
- TOEFL®/IELTS™ score, if applicable.
In addition, LLM law school applications may be packaged together with law school reports, according to the preference of each law school program.