The decision to attend law school remains a sound, smart, and fulfilling investment in yourself and your future. In a complex world facing many serious challenges, the need for competent, ethical, and compassionate legal practitioners is stronger than ever.
Nothing can take the place of visiting in person, but here’s the next best thing. Let some of our current students tell you in their own words what makes CUA Law so great!
|Daniel T. Kane, Class of 2015, on what makes CUA Law different, its plentiful opportunities, and its supportive alumni base.|
|Nicole A. Chauriye, Class of 2016, on why rankings mean little, the approachable faculty, and the pleasure of providing pro bono service to others.|
|Timothy J. D'Elia, Class of 2016, on why he chose CUA Law, the lure of Washington, D.C. for law students, and the importance of learning the law as it is applied in the real world.|
|Jaclyn Kavendek, Class of 2015, on being published in a law journal while still a student, professors' willingness to go the extra mile for students, and the unique appeal of the law school's library.|
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Admissions decisions are determined primarily on the basis of the applicant’s undergraduate GPA and performance on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). In addition, applicants may be judged on the basis of special leadership qualities, performance in particular courses, evidence of improving performance, relevant work experience, evidence of strong motivation, potential for contributing to the diversity of the law school, performance in graduate school, strong letters of recommendation from those who have a basis for judging the applicant’s ability to succeed in law school, and the academic standards of the student’s undergraduate school.
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