Your application should include:
- Your resume.
- The completed, signed application form.
- Your personal statement.
- Two letters of recommendation. These should come from present or former law or graduate professors or employers. If you have graduated from law school or graduate school within the last three years, at least one recommendation should be provided by a professor. The recommendation should either be sent directly to us or returned to you in an envelope signed across the seal to be sent in with your application form. You can download recommendation forms here.
- A certified copy of your transcript from all of your law and/or graduate schools. This copy, along with the transcript form to be completed by your school, should be sent directly by the school to the Insurance Law Center.
- A short legal writing sample, which can be an essay, a section of a brief you wrote, or similar work that is a good example of your legal writing and analytical ability.
- If you took the LSAT within the last 10 years, please ask your law school to send a copy of your LSDAS report directly to the Insurance Law Center.
- Payment of the $40 application fee. Checks should be made out to the University of Connecticut School of Law.
International Students should also include:
- The Financial Declaration Form
- Your TOEFL or IELTS Report (see next section on the English language requirement for international students)
Please click here for further information about the admission process.