Admission Requirements

To start the application process for WilmU Law, you will first need to visit the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) website and create an account. Applicants must also register for LSAC’s Credential Assembly Service.

NOTE: When searching for WilmU Law’s application with LSAC, select the Add Other Schools option. Because WilmU Law is a new institution and will be applying for ABA approval, we are not yet listed as an LSAC Member School.

  1. The Application Form (Required)

    Submitted online via the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC). An account with LSAC is required to complete this step.
  2. Credential Assembly Service (Required)

    All applicants are required to register and submit the appropriate materials through LSAC's Credential Assembly Service (CAS), including their LSAT score(s) (if applicable), all official transcripts, and letters of recommendation.
  3. Standardized Test Score (Required)

    Law School Admission Test (LSAT) or the Graduate Record Exam (GRE). Test scores are valid for five years only. GRE School Code: 4014
  4. All Official Undergraduate and Graduate Transcripts (Required)

    Applicants must submit transcripts to LSAC via the Credential Assembly Service.
  5. Two Letters of Recommendation (Encouraged)

    Applicants are encouraged to submit up to two letters of recommendation through the Credential Assembly Service. Both academic and professional recommendations may be submitted. Additional letters of recommendation may be submitted by email to
  6. Personal Statement (Encouraged)

    Applicants are encouraged to submit a personal statement. The personal statement is an opportunity to provide the admissions committee with additional information regarding your background, experiences, and interests. The statement should be attached to your online application and be limited to two double-spaced pages.
  7. Resume (Encouraged)

    Applicants are encouraged to submit a resume detailing your education, employment, skills, honors, awards, and accomplishments. The resume should be attached to your online application.
  8. Diversity Statement (Encouraged)

    Wilmington University School of Law is committed to promoting diversity in legal education and in the profession. Applicants may submit a statement explaining the ways they would contribute to the diversity of the school or the profession. The statement should be attached to your online application and be limited to two double-spaced pages.
  9. Admissions Interview

    The admissions committee may require some applicants to interview as part of the admissions process.
  10. Character and Fitness Responses

    The application contains questions concerning the applicant’s character and fitness for admission to the bar. Affirmative answers to these questions must be accompanied by an addendum explaining the affirmative character and fitness answer.

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