The Columbus School of Law seeks the widest possible diversity in its student body and solicits applicants from all around the world and from all professional, religious, and racial/ethnic backgrounds. Our goal is to matriculate students who will excel academically and contribute to the ethical advancement of the legal profession. Entering classes typically are composed of approximately 200 students, selected from roughly 2,600 applications per year.
Nothing can take the place of visiting in person, but here's the next best thing. Let our students tell you in their own words what makes CUA Law so great!
|Jonathan Tabacoff, 3L, on the benefits of small classes, access to professors, a strong sense of community, and having opportunities for practical experience.|
|Jamel Vinson, Class of 2013, talks about faculty, class size, community, and practical training.|
|Jennice Walter, Class of 2013, on CUA Law's supportive, community atmosphere, and why she feels prepared to practice.|
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Diversity at CUA Law
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.
Washington, DC 20064
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