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Bar Examination Information


LL.M. students intending to sit for a State Bar Examination should consult with the College of Law’s Office of Student Life (studentlife@law.syr.edu). It is the LL.M. student’s responsibility to make necessary arrangements to ensure they are properly qualified to sit for a State Bar Examination. The College of Law does not guarantee eligibility to sit for a State Bar Examination.

Foreign-educated LL.M. applicants intending to sit for the New York State Bar Examination must complete the “Foreign Evaluation Form” and submit their foreign education documentation to the New York State Board of Law Examiners at least six months  prior to the first day of the bar examination application period.  LL.M. students are strongly encouraged to submit the “Foreign Evaluation Form” and required documents before matriculation into the College of Law. For more information, visit the New York State Board of Law Examiners website at http://www.nybarexam.org/Foreign/ForeignLegalEducation.htmNote: While the LL.M. progam meets the academic requirements established by the New York State Board of Law Examiners (the "Board"), the determination of eligibility to sit for the exam is made exclusively by the Board.  The College of Law does not guaruntee eligibility to sit for the exam.

For More Information:

Andrew S. Horsfall, Esq '05 L'10
Associate Director of Admissions
Assistant Director of the LL.M. Program
llmadmissions@law.syr.edu
315-443-1962

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