- Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university
For admission consideration, you must have earned, or be a candidate for, a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university. Your baccalaureate degree must be completed by the first day of class at Gonzaga Law.
- Law School Admission Test (LSAT) score
- Credential Assembly Service (CAS) report through LSAC
Includes transcripts from all institutions attended. The CAS report will not be released to Gonzaga until at least two letters of recommendation and official transcripts have been received by LSAC.
- Personal statement
A maximum two-paged, double-spaced personal statement should include any information you consider important and relevant explaining your motivations for pursuing a legal education.
May include, but is not limited to, employment history; academic accomplishments; extracurricular activities; college internships; civic, community, or other volunteer service.
- Letters of recommendation
Two letters of recommendation are required and must be submitted to the Credential Assembly Service (CAS). We strongly advise that at least one recommendation be written by a college professor or instructor. If you have been out of school for an extended period of time, letters from employers are accepted.
Statements relating to cultural and ethnic diversity, public service, or other relevant information for your application may be included in a separate addendum.
Important: We require full disclosure on the application. Failure to comply could result in the denial of your application, and may be cause for dismissal after admission or registration.