Information for Transfer Students to the J.D. Program

The University of Miami School of Law welcomes and encourages applications from students who have compiled strong records at other American Bar Association-approved law schools and wish to transfer.

Transfer students may be admitted on a conditional basis with strong mid-year grades and supporting documents (application, application fee, LSDAS report, law school transcripts and statement of good standing). Students who maintain or increase the mid-year performance, remain in good standing, and have no significant changes in the application that might affect their eligibility for consideration, will be granted full admission after final year end grades are received by the Office of Admission. All offers of admission are conditional based upon receipt of official final first-year law school transcripts. 
Applying from Miami Law’s International LL.M. Program: Current University of Miami School of Law students have the option to apply to the joint J.D./LL.M. program in International Arbitration, International Law and Maritime Law. Click here to learn more.
Transfer Students Interested in Law Review Participation: See Law Review Eligibility for Transfer Students.

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To submit an application in hard copy, print out the Transfer Application, complete and SIGN the application and mail it with the application fee (payable to the University of Miami School of Law) to

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University of Miami
School of Law
Office of Admissions
P.O. Box 248087
Coral Gables, FL 33124-8087

Express Mail:
University of Miami
School of Law
Office of Admissions
1311 Miller Drive, Room F203
Coral Gables, FL 33146

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