All applicants wishing to be considered for funding must apply and have all documents to the Schulich School of Law Graduate Studies office no later than January 15th.
Consideration for admission with no funding will continue until March 31st.
Come join us! Follow these 3 steps to apply:
For all graduate applicants:
Complete an online application and pay your C$115 application fee (payable by credit card).
Print a Graduate Studies Application Form and send your completed form and C$115 application fee (cheque or money order, payable to Dalhousie University) by mail to the Registrar's Office:
Office of the Registrar
Room 130, 6299 South Street
Henry Hicks Academic Admin Building
PO Box 15000
Halifax, NS B3H 4R2
Arrange for the following documentation to be sent to the Schulich School of Law, Graduate Studies Office:
- Two copies of your official university transcripts (originals only – a notarized translation is also required for each non-English transcript in addition to an original transcript sent directly from the host university in a sealed envelope). You must include transcripts from every university degree program you've attended. They must be sent directly from the granting university to the Schulich School of Law Graduate Studies Office.
- If you are an international student and if your medium of instruction was not English, results from your English language proficiency test. These results must be sent directly from the office that administered the test.
- TWO letters of reference, preferably from academic specialists in law who are familiar with your work and your scholarly capabilities. These letters must be sent directly from the referees to the Schulich School of Law Graduate Studies Office.
Graduate Studies Office
Schulich School of Law
Room 410, 6061 University Avenue
PO BOX 15000
Halifax NS B3H 4R2
For LLM applicants only:
Send the following to the Schulich School of Law, Graduate Studies Office or via email to email@example.com:
1. Curriculum Vitae
2. Writing sample, in English, of a legal essay (approximately 3000 words)
3. Motivation letter, stating why you are interested in the Schulich School of Law and what you hope to achieve with your degree.
4. Statement indicating whether you are applying for: a) coursework or thesis-based LLM; and b) full or part-time.
5. If applying for thesis-based LLM, a brief thesis proposal (approximately 300 words)
For PhD applicants only:
|1. Curriculum Vitae
2. Complete list of publications (if any)
3. Writing sample, in English, of a legal essay (approximately 3000 words)
4. Motivation letter, stating why you are interested in the Schulich School of Law and what you hope to achieve with your degree.
5. Thesis proposal (maximum approximately 3000 words)