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Welcome! We’re glad that you are interested in the University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law. When you attend UF Law, you will be among accomplished peers, leading scholars and practitioners from all areas of law. We are proud that our students enjoy a student-to-faculty ratio of 12:1, which offers the intimacy and collegiality of a private school setting at a public school cost. Whether you aspire to be a law firm partner, start a business or serve the public – or want the time to explore multiple paths – we have a diverse and engaged faculty who will work with you from your first day of law school to the first day of your career. When you graduate, you will join a network of over 21,000 UF Law alums working across the nation and in 49 countries.
We invite you to learn more about our programs and offerings by exploring our website and reviewing our 2016-2017 digital viewbook. We also encourage you to visit our campus to take a tour, observe a class and get to know our community. Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, (352) 273-0890 or toll-free at (877) 429-1297.
J.D. Application – Fall 2017 Admission
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Standards for J.D. Admission
The admissions policy of the University of Florida Levin College of Law furthers the mission of the College of Law: excellence in educating professionals, advancing legal scholarship, serving the public and fostering justice.
J.D. Application Process
The process of applying to law school may seem complicated from the outset. We are here to help.
Check Application Status Online (ASO)
Within five business days after submission of the online application, the Levin College of Law will send two emails, one acknowledging receipt of the application and another including instructions on how to access ASO.
ASO will allow you to monitor your application status, view your contact information, and confirm receipt of supplemental materials such as your résumé, admissions statement, and letters of recommendation.
UF Law offers several advanced degree programs. For information about our LL.M. programs and how to apply, click the links below: