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While over 90 percent of applicants to ABA-approved law schools are US citizens, interest in international applicants has recently increased. This chart shows fall 2012 ABA-approved law school applicants with citizenship outside the United States. The majority are from Canada, China, and the Republic of Korea.
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LLM applicants follow a different process than other law school applicants. We provide tools and resources to help guide you.
Candidates from diverse backgrounds and the LGBT community may have additional questions about applying to law school. We can help you find the answers.