Faulkner University

Admission Requirements

An applicant to Faulkner University, Thomas Goode Jones School of Law must have completed a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a satisfactory undergraduate record. An application for admission filed during the senior year of college, prior to receiving a degree, can be approved by Faulkner Law, subject to the applicant's receipt of the degree before registration in the Law School.
Each application is thoroughly read and considered for admission. An applicant is evaluated on a combination of factors including but not limited to his/her LSAT score, cumulative GPA, personal statement, and resume. The class profile provided below may assist you in determining your competitiveness for a seat in the incoming class. Information pertaining to the Class of 2016 (entering Fall 2013) will be updated in October 2013.

Class of 2015 (entering Fall 2012)
LSAT   GPA Profile
LSAT 75% - 150   GPA 75% - 3.34
LSAT Median - 147   GPA Median - 3.05
LSAT 25% - 145   GPA 25% - 2.70

Faulkner Law accepts applications for the Fall term (all students begin in August) starting on September 15 of the preceding year. Decision are communicated to applicants beginning in November. For students applying after November, Faulkner Law attempts to fully deliberate each application within 10 days of receiving a completed application. The Admissions Committee will act on an applicant's file as soon as it is complete. For step-by-step instructions for completing your applicant file, please visit our How to Apply page.

My Faulkner
Nichols Library
Academic Calendar
 
Like
Facebook
Follow
Twitter
Watch
Twitter
Share