The Tommie Law Early Admission program is designed to allow University of St. Thomas undergraduate students the opportunity to apply for admission to the School of Law one year prior to receiving their undergraduate degrees. Applicants to the Tommie Law Early Admission Program are exempt from taking the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) and registering with the Credential Assembly Service (JD CAS).
UST undergraduate students currently in their junior year who have earned at least 96 credits, of which at least 32 credits were earned at UST, can apply through the program. Competitive applicants will be invited to participate in an interview process and will be notified of their decision and possible scholarship award in late July.
Applicants to the 2011 Tommie Law Early Admission Program would begin their law studies with the fall 2012 entering class and would need to have completed all of the requirements of the undergraduate degree from UST prior to their fall 2012 law school matriculation.
Tommie Law Early Admission Program (TLEAP) applications are available now and are due Wednesday, June 15.
For more information see the TLEAP website or call Kate Kostka, (651) 962-4901.