- May 1: Fall application period opens
- July 15: Fall application deadline
- Oct. 1: Spring application period opens
- Dec. 1: Spring application deadline
Georgia State Law’s Admissions Committee will consider transfer applicants who have completed their first year of full-time study at another law school accredited by the American Bar Association.
Academic performance and class ranking are important factors in our evaluation process. You also must possess credentials comparable to those of the class to which you are applying.
Policies for Georgia State Law transfer applicants
- You must submit all required documents through the the Law School Admission Council’s Credential Assembly Service (CAS). Never send documents to our office unless specified.
- Applications and required materials received after the deadline will not be considered.
- You may transfer a maximum of 30 credit hours from another ABA-accredited law school. You must complete at least 60 hours of required coursework at Georgia State Law to graduate.
- You cannot obtain advanced standing for courses completed at non-ABA-accredited law schools.
- You cannot obtain advanced standing for law school courses completed with a grade of C or lower (or its equivalent).
- Georgia State Law cannot admit students who are ineligible for readmission to another law school.
- Do not send addenda or replacement items after you’ve submitted your initial application.
- We do not grant personal interviews.
- Learn more by signing up for an information session or contacting us.