To be considered for admission, applicants must follow this
Application and Fee. The applicant must submit a law school
application, along with the $50 application fee. This
fee is not refundable and is not credited toward other fees
in the event of admission.
Law School Admission Test (LSAT). Each applicant must take
the Law School Admission Test (LSAT), which is administered
by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC). An LSDAS Law
School Report will be requested by the School of Law.The
results of a test taken more than five years prior to the
date for which the applicant seeks admission will not be
considered in the absence of unusual circumstances.
Applicants may contact LSAC at (215) 968-1001 or
www.lsac.org. The Elon University School of Law LSAC code
number is 5500.
Law School Data Assembly Service (LSDAS). Each applicant
must register with the Law School Data Assembly Service
(LSDAS), so that Elon Law will receive a current Law School
Report. It is the applicant’s responsibility to meet
all of LSAC’s requirements and to ensure that Elon
Law receives a completed LSDAS report.
Résumé. Applicants who have a résumé should include it with
their application. However, even if a résumé is submitted,
the applicant must respond to all questions on the
Letters of Recommendation. The applicant must provide at
least two (2) letters of recommendation. It is recommended
that these letters be forwarded to LSDAS, which will then
forward them to the School of Law. However, a letter may be
sent directly to the School of Law when it addresses an
applicant’s fitness for Elon’s particular
The School of Law will attempt to notify an applicant if
a required item is missing from the application file.
However, the applicant remains ultimately responsible for
ensuring that the application file is completed in a timely
Applicants should retain copies of their law school
applications, since many state boards of law examiners
request copies of applications.
All materials submitted in support of an application become
the property of the law school.
Non-Discrimination and Diversity
Elon Law School subscribes to Standard 210 of the American
Bar Association Standards and Rules of Procedure for the
Approval of Law Schools and maintains equality of
opportunity in legal education without discrimination or
segregation on the ground of race, color, religion, sex, age,
national or ethnic origin, veteran status or disability. In
the spirit of the Elon University Mission Statement, Elon
University and its School of Law regard discrimination
against gay and lesbian members of the university community
as inconsistent with its goal of providing an atmosphere of
mutual respect in which students, faculty and staff may
learn, work and live. The School of Law also subscribes to
Standard 211 and is committed to providing full opportunities
for the study of law and entry into the profession by
qualified members of groups, particularly racial and ethnic
minorities, that have been victims of discrimination. The law
school’s commitment under these Standards extends to
all law school programs and activities, including admissions
policies and employment of faculty and staff.