Applying to Washburn Law: First Time Applicants

Your application will be processed when all items listed have been received by Washburn Law.

  1. Apply Online Via LSAC
    • Complete Washburn Law application.
    • Attach personal statement.
    • Submit $40.00 application fee or fee waiver code.
      Please note: If you have been issued a fee waiver code note that the code is not for use in the LSAC fee waiver space. To use the code: 1) print the Certification Letter from the Forms section of the application; 2) write your code on the Certification Letter; 3) attach the letter to your application OR mail it to the admissions office; and 4) during the checkout process, mark that you are sending your application fee directly to the law school.
    • If you experience technical difficulty with the online application, please call LSAC's help desk at (215) 968-1393.
  2. Submit to Credential Assembly Service (CAS) (learn more about CAS):
    • Official Law School Admission Test (LSAT) scores.
    • Transcripts from all institutions of higher education attended.
    • At least one letter of recommendation is required. No more than three letters will be accepted.

At Washburn Law:

  • Completed applications are sent to Admissions Committee for review and decision on a rolling basis.
  • You can check the status of your application at anytime 24/7.
  • Admitted applicants are contacted by phone.
  • Packet with acceptance and enrollment instructions is mailed to admitted student.


Please contact us at (800) WASHLAW ((800) 927-4529) or admissions [at] (toll-free is for Admissions only; cannot be transferred to other departments).

Still Time to Apply for Fall 2014
Applications are being accepted for Fall 2014 incoming students. Applicants are automatically considered for scholarships.
In-State Tuition

Colorado and Missouri residents qualify for in-state tuition.

Texas, Oklahoma, and Nebraska residents qualify for in-state tuition beginning fall 2014.

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Map: Shows states where residents qualify for in-state tuition while attending Washburn Law.