Chicago Law Scholars
Chicago Law Scholars Program
The Chicago Law Scholars Program is a new initiative launched by the undergraduate College and the University of Chicago Law School. It provides an opportunity for current College students and alumni who want to study law at the University of Chicago to complete the application early and receive an expedited decision.
Deadline: Applicants to the Chicago Law Scholars Program must submit a completed application and all application materials on or before September 1. The applicant must have taken the LSAT and received his or her score before September 1. The June LSAT administration is the latest LSAT test that the Admissions Committee can accept. Chicago Law Scholars applicants will receive an expedited admissions decision by November 1.
The Chicago Law Scholars Program is only available to current University of Chicago undergraduate students and alumni of the undergraduate College. Graduate students or alumni of other University of Chicago programs are not eligible to apply to Chicago Law Scholars, but are welcome to apply to our binding Early Decision program if Chicago is their first choice.
Successful applicants will be eligible for substantial merit scholarships from the Law School. Admission under the Chicago Law Scholars Program is binding and applicants must commit to matriculating at the Law School if admitted. Chicago Law Scholars applicants must complete the Early Decision Agreement with the application and will be bound by the same terms that govern Early Decision admission.