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Savannah Law School is seeking accomplished professionals and bright minds to join our inspiring community for both our full-time and part-time programs. If you are ready for an exciting, challenging, and rewarding law school experience, you have three ways to apply:

  1. (Recommended) Through the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) website at or by selecting the Savannah Law School application on the Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School profile.
  2. By mail if you download a paper application from our website

Applications are accepted year-round; however, applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible in order to complete the admissions process in a timely manner and to ensure consideration prior to the class becoming full. All applicants must register with the LSAC Credential Assembly Service (CAS) and have an LSAC CAS Report sent to SLS.

*Please note that Savannah Law School is a branch of Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School. The downloadable applications below are valid for application to each campus.

Fall 2018 J.D. Dual Application

Fall 2018 J.D. Transfer Application

Fall 2018 J.D. Visiting Application

Application Instructions

  1. Complete, sign, and date this application form.
  2. Submit a 2-3 page personal statement (as an electronic attachment) with this application form or as an email attachment to (if applying to Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School or Both Campus Locations) or (if applying ONLY to Savannah Law School).
  3. Submit a 1 page resume (as an electronic attachment) with this application form or as an attachment
    to (if applying to Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School or Both Campus
    Locations) or (if applying ONLY to Savannah Law School).
  4. Applicants must have a reportable Law School Admission Test (LSAT) score. Applicants for the Fall 2018 entering class must take the LSAT no later than the June 2018 test administration and are encouraged to register for an earlier administration.
  5. Request official transcripts from all colleges and universities to be sent to the Law School Admission Council (LSAC). All applicants must register with the LSAC Credential Assembly Service (CAS) and have a Credential Assembly Service Law School Report sent to the Law School. Transcripts of all academic work, including undergraduate, graduate and professional schools, must be sent to LSAC. All official transcripts must be received by SLS by October 15th.
  6. Have two letters of recommendation that address the applicant’s character, academic ability, and potential for the study of law sent to LSAC or directly to the Law School.

In addition to a bar examination, there are character, fitness, and other qualifications for admission to the bar in every U.S. jurisdiction. Applicants are encouraged to determine the requirements for any jurisdiction in which they intend to seek admission by contacting the jurisdiction. Addresses for all relevant agencies are available through the National Conference of Bar Examiners.

Savannah Law School Application

  • Please select the campus you are applying to and note, you may apply to both campuses by selecting the appropriate box.
  • Personal Information

  • Current Address

  • Permanent Address

    (If Different)
  • Other Contact Information

  • Demographics

  • LSAT/Credential Assembly Service (CAS)

    All applicants are required to take the LSAT and submit their scores to the law school before a decision can be made on their application for admission. List the date and score of the highest LSAT you have achieved within the last five years, and/or any upcoming LSAT test dates for which you are registered or are planning to register. For more information about LSAC's Credential Assembly Service please visit
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  • Ethnicity

    We request, but do not require, that you answer the following questions. This information is confidential and will not be released except in the form of statistical summaries in which individuals are not identified. Please answer the following questions to describe what you consider to be your ethnic heritage:
  • Education

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    List all colleges, universities, graduate, and professional schools, including law schools, you have attended.
  • Military

  • Family/Next of Kin/Emergency Contact

  • Family

    If you have any close relatives who have been students at this university, please provide the following information.
  • Parent/Guardian (1)

    You may choose to not answer this portion.
  • Parent/Guardian (2)

    You may choose to not answer this portion.
  • Law School Interest

    What prompted you to apply to this law school?
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  • Letters of Recommendation

    The Law School requires two letters of recommendation. These may be academic, professional, or personal references frompersons who know you well and can attest to your capacity to succeed in the study of law. Please indicate whererecommendation letters will be sent:
  • Financial Aid

  • Personal Statement

    Please submit with the application a typed personal statement setting forth those life experiences which have contributed to your personal development and which have prepared you to undertake successfully a rigorous program of law study. You may email your personal statement to if it does not fit in the space provided below.
  • Character and Fitness

  • Supporting Documents

    If there are any other supporting documents that you feel you need to provide for this application please send them directly to Savannah Law School.
  • Signature

    By electronically transmitting this application, I certify that the information provided in this application is complete and correctto the best of my knowledge and belief, and that the personal statement is my own work product. I agree to promptly advisethe Director of Admissions of any change in any of the facts indicated in this application. I understand that falsification,misrepresentations, or omissions on this application may be grounds for denial, or, if I am accepted, for revocation ofacceptance, suspension, or dismissal from Atlanta's John Marshall Law School or Savannah Law School or revocation of adegree. In submitting this application, I indicate my willingness to accept and adhere to the Code of Student Responsibility,and recognize that I will be subject to the procedures and regulations of the Law School. For information regarding the LawSchool's policy on disability accommodations, please see Section 507 of the Dean's Office Regulations, which can beaccessed online at or
  • To complete the Application form, please type in your full name and date it: