Applications are submitted online through the Law School Admission Council (LSAC). Mitchell Hamline School of Law does not charge an application fee.
Before you begin, you may want to read our admissions policy and application review process.
Instructions for each of our applications are below.
Admission decisions will be made on a rolling basis as completed applications are received. Note that although a complete application includes an LSAT score, other application materials can be submitted in advance of the receipt of your LSAT score. The application deadline for the fall 2023 term is July 1, 2023.
Be in touch!
The counselors in our Admissions Office are meant to be resources and guides through this process. We strongly encourage informational conversations with one of our Admissions counselors. Please contact the Admissions Office with questions and concerns at admissions @mitchellhamline.edu or 651-290-6476, or schedule a visit.
Specialized degree programs
After you have applied
Reapplying to Law School
A student who has been dismissed from Mitchell Hamline or any other law school may seek readmission after two or more academic semesters have elapsed since their dismissal. Such students must apply through LSAC as an applicant for the next incoming class. Their application should demonstrate that the nature of the interim work, studies, activities, or other experiences indicates a stronger potential for the study of law. If admitted, they will begin anew as a first-semester, first-year law student, and no credit will be given to courses completed prior to their dismissal.