Information for LL.M. Prospective Students

Thank you for your interest in the LL.M. Program at Texas Law. Prospective students are advised to attend a virtual admissions information session before submitting their application for admission to the LL.M. Program. If you plan to visit Austin in the near future, schedule a guided tour and a class visit and meet with an LL.M. Admissions Officer. The Prospective Student Checklist below will help you manage the process efficiently.

Prospective LL.M. Student Checklist

  1. LL.M. Program website — Review the LL.M. Program website for a comprehensive overview of the LL.M. Program.
  2. Virtual Admissions Information Session — Register for a virtual admissions information session. An LL.M. Admissions Officer will go over all programmatic aspects of the LL.M. Program. They will also discuss strategies for building a strong application. You will need a computer or mobile device and an Internet connection to access virtual sessions. You must also download the Zoom app and create a Zoom account.
  3. Virtual Tour — If you do not live in Austin, take a virtual tour of Texas Law.
  4. Guided Tour and Class Visit — If you plan to visit Austin in the near future, schedule a guided tour and class visit to see what it feels like to be a student at Texas Law.
  5. Campus Walking Tour — If you plan to visit Austin, register for a campus walking tour to get a feel for the vibrant campus.
  6. Meet with an LL.M. Admissions Officer — After attending a virtual admissions information session, you may email the LL.M. Program or book a Zoom meeting with an LL.M. Admissions Officer to discuss additional questions. If you plan to visit Austin in the near future, you may email the LL.M. Program to schedule an in-person meeting with an LL.M. Admissions Officer. In your email, include the date and time of your guided tour and class visit.

Texas Law: This is Where it Begins

Here is a sneak peek at our amazing city and beautiful campus and a little taste of what it is like to be part of our Texas Law community. At The University of Texas, “What Starts Here Changes the World”—and this is where it all begins.