Opportunities for transfer students
- Transfer students will be eligible to compete for journal or honor board membership during the competition period in early July. Those interested in this possibility are encouraged to apply for transfer admission prior to June 1.
- Fall orientation for transfer and visiting students.
- Individualized advising from the Registrar’s Office and faculty.
Apply through LSAC.
The application, personal statement and resume should be submitted through LSAC’s Credential Assembly Service (CAS). Transfer students also submit directly to the Suffolk Law Office of Admission:
- A letter of good standing from the Dean’s Office of the current law school
- An official Law School Transcript showing completed grades for your most current term enrolled
- Full credential report from LSAC or a copy of the first page of the credential report from your law school registrar
These items should be mailed directly from the current law school to:
Suffolk University Law School
Law Admission Office
120 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02108
You may receive up to 30 credits of advanced standing for courses completed at your law school as long as you have received a grade of “C” or higher. Advanced standing is awarded on a case by case basis and is reviewed after the admission decision. Credit is usually not granted if more than five years have elapsed since you last attended law school.
NOTE: Students who have matriculated into a law program at a non-ABA accredited law school prior to applying to Suffolk Law School are considered transfer students and may apply with the standard transfer application and require the same documentation.
Transfer credit will be awarded on a case-by-case basis at the discretion of the Law Registrar. No more than 30 credits will be awarded. Any inquiries regarding transfer of credit should be directed to Lorraine Cove, Senior Associate Administrative Dean and Law Registrar at email@example.com.