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ASU Law requires that you have your international transcripts submitted to LSAC’s Credential Assembly Service Authentication and Evaluation (CAS A&E) by the issuing institution. You must use LSAC’s CAS C&E if:
Exception: Do not have a transcript sent from an international institution if your bachelor’s degree is from a U.S., U.S. territory/associated state, or Canadian school and your work was completed through an overseas study program that was clearly sponsored by a U.S., U.S. territory/associated state, or Canadian school. In this case, the transcript must be sent by the sponsoring school.
The cost of this service is included in the JD CAS subscription fee. A foreign credential evaluation will be completed by the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO), which will be incorporated into your JD CAS law school report.
Questions can be directed to LSAC at 215-968-1001, or LSACINFO@LSAC.org
All applicants must meet the requirements of the Graduate College as well as those at ASU Law. If English is not your native language, and you have not completed a bachelor’s degree or higher at a regionally accredited institution in the United States, you must provide evidence of English proficiency as indicated by acceptable scores. Most competitive applicants should have a TOEFL score of at or near 600 (pBT) or 90 (iBT), an IELTS score of at or near 7.0. Exceptional candidates with relevant experience and background who have scores slightly below the thresholds above will also be considered.
ASU's institutional code is 4007.
LSAC's TOEFL code for the JD Credential Assembly Service is 8395. Your score will be included in the Foreign Credential Evaluation document that will be included in your JD CAS law school report.
*ASU Law is also temporarily accepting Duolingo English proficiency tests (accepted February 3 – July 31, 2020 for students affected by center closures) for fall 2020 admission. Most competitive applicants should have a Duolingo English test score of at or near 115.
Other ways to demonstrate English proficiency:
International applicants must verify that they have the financial resources to cover their expenses during graduate study at ASU, as required by the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service. The Graduate Admissions Office provides the Financial Guarantee form to international applicants, who then must see that the form is completed, verified by a bank or sponsoring organization, and returned to the Graduate Admissions Office. The I-20 or IAP66 (documents needed to obtain a student visa) are issued only after the completed, properly verified guarantee form has arrived.