To be considered for admission into Emory Law’s LLM program, candidates must have received a first degree in law that allows them to practice law in their home country prior to LLM enrollment.
US graduates: Applicants must have earned a JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school.
Foreign-educated lawyers: First law degree designations vary by country. For a list of law degrees that meet this requirement, please refer to the Minimum Degree Requirements by Country chart found on the LSAC website
Emory Law School requires the use of LSAC Credential Assembly Service (CAS) for transcript and credential evaluation.