We have no application deadline, rather, we have rolling admissions for both fall and spring matriculation. You must possess a four-year undergraduate degree and have taken the LSAT. We incorporate bar admissions standards into our curriculum and encourage consulting the National Conference of Bar Examiners website.
We have flexible program options to fit your life including spring starting classes, part-time day and evening programs, a Jump start program, a one-year LL.M. in American Studies program, dual-degree programs and a North Carolina State Bar qualified paralegal program. Click here to view suggested areas of study at Charlotte School of Law.
Tuition and Financial Aid
Click here for a full listing of tuition and fees for the upcoming semester, which is managed by the Charlotte School of Law Finance Office. All prospective students should review a listing of Merit and Academic scholarships and financing options. For assistance please contact our Finance or Financial Aid office.
Meet Our Faculty
Our faculty is focused on student-centered outcomes. We have cultivated a team from a variety of law backgrounds to help design our comprehensive practice ready curriculum. Our supportive environment is designed to inspire our students to learn by doing with real-world opportunities and prepares them to lead with excellence.
Hear From Our Students
Student success is a priority at Charlotte School of Law. Our academic success program provides students with specialized instruction tailored to mastering the skills necessary to excel in both law school and in their careers. Listen to their stories here.