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“I was attracted to Indiana Law because of its internationally known faculty. Prof. Paul Craig is well-known in Europe as an expert on European Union law. In fact, many of my professors in Poland consider him as the most eminent scholar in this field …”
We will begin accepting fall applications on October 1st. The application process has changed, so please be sure to follow the most up-to-date procedures as outlined below.
Applicants to the PHD programs must submit their applications using the Indiana University eApp. Applications must be complete and received by February 1. New students are admitted for the fall semester only. Additional details are available on the "Apply for PhD " page.
Applicants to the Certificate in Legal Studies program must contact the Office of Graduate Legal Studies for instructions on how to apply to the Certificate in Legal Studies program.
LLM and MCL February 1 (priority)*; March 1 (recommended)
SJD March 1 (final)
PHD February 1 (final)
Certificate at least 5 months prior to the start of the semester you plan to enroll
*Applications received by February 1 will be considered for scholarships. Applicants do not need to submit an additional form to be considered for scholarships.
Please note: Applications to the LLM and MCL programs may be considered until the class is full; however, applicants should understand that the later their applications are received, the later they will receive their Forms I-20 or DS-2019, the documents required to obtain a visa.