Apply via LSAC
Applicants must submit their application through the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC). In addition to the application, required documentation must be submitted through LSAC's Credential Assembly Service.
A note about transcripts:
If your application includes foreign transcripts WITHOUT an explanation of the grading system, please provide an explanation by uploading a document when submitting your application. You may do so by uploading an attachment to the "Other Document" field in your LSAC application to Fordham.
For an additional cost of $125, foreign-trained applicants may also opt to take advantage of the International Transcript Authentication and Evaluation Service, which evaluates foreign transcripts. This service is optional, and we do not require use of World Education Service (WES) or any other outside evaluations.
Note, if you opted to have your foreign-trained transcripts evaluated by LSAC's International Transcript Authentication and Evaluation Service or if your transcripts already include an explanation of the grading system, no additional documentation is required.
LSAC charges a fee for their application service, which is in addition to our usual application fee.