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Course Information

UCLA describes its Law School as offering a ‘dynamic and innovative’ education, with students exposed to the basics of legal reasoning and practice from their very first day of orientation. They are encouraged to develop their ‘professional identities’ and to engage on an intellectual level with the law. There’s a broad division of different classes and clinics available, so that students are able to hone in on what interests them the most. Students will begin the First Year with a week-long orientation program that immerses them in the fundamentals of the learning process, to ensure that they are ready for the transition into law school. The remainder of first focus on common law and foundational subjects, with a course on Legal Research and Writing as well.

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Admissions Statistics & Process

In the most recent data, 22.5% of all applicants were accepted. The median LSAT score was 168, and the median GPA was 3.72.

You must include a personal statement, current resume, and two letters of recommendation. You must take either the LSAT or GRE, but may not take the GMAT.

Overall Success Rate (Total Applicants : Total Spaces)
Overall Success Rate (Total Applicants : Total Spaces)

Key Dates

The application deadline for those applying to the Distinguished Scholars program is November 15th. 

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UCLA Law Interview Details

UCLA does not interview in the majority of cases, but it will interview for scholarships – like the Distinguished Scholars program. The university states that all finalists will be interviewed, and decisions on the interviews will be made by the end of December in any given year. Additionally, although the Law school does not offer interviews as part of the general admissions process, the Admissions Committee may request an interview on a ‘case-by-case basis.’

Previous Questions for UCLA Law Interviews

Motivation and Interest in Law School
Why UCLA?
Why do you want to study law?
How do you see a legal education at UCLA helping you achieve your career aspirations?

Career Goals and Future Plans
What would you like to do after school?
Where do you see yourself in the future?
What area of law are you most passionate about and why?

Personal Attributes and Qualities
What would teammates and coworkers say about you? What do they like about working with you?
How do you contribute to a positive and supportive learning environment for your peers?
What unique perspective or background will you bring to UCLA’s community?

Academic and Professional Background
How did you choose your college?
How did you end up at your current job?
What experiences have prepared you for the rigours of law school?

Interests and Passions:
What are your views on food policy?
Tell me more about your interest in mycology.
What extracurricular activities or hobbies have had a significant impact on your life?

Campus Involvement:
Tell me about campus organising.
Describe a leadership role you held in a student organisation or club.
How do you plan to engage with UCLA’s community through student organisations or events?

Affordability and Financial Aid:
Describe the argument for lower tuition fees.
Are scholarships harmful to the larger student body?
How should law schools balance affordability with providing a high-quality education?

Ethics and Professionalism:
Tell me about an ethical work situation you had to deal with. How did it turn out?
How do you ensure that your actions and decisions align with your ethical and professional principles?
What role do you believe ethical considerations should play in legal practice and decision-making?

Time Management and Prioritization:
How do you manage your time effectively to balance academic, professional, and personal responsibilities?
Describe a situation where you had to adapt your strategy in response to new information or changing circumstances.
How do you handle stress and maintain a healthy work-life balance during demanding periods?

Persuasion and Influence:
Tell me about a time you had to persuade a colleague to accept your point of view.
How do you approach situations where you need to convince someone to change their mind or consider a different perspective?
Describe a time when you had to present a persuasive argument in a high-pressure situation.

UCLA Law School Specific:
What aspects of UCLA’s programs, curriculum, or resources are most appealing to you?
How do you plan to engage with the opportunities available at UCLA to further your career objectives?
Are there any student organisations, clinics, or research centres at UCLA that you are particularly interested in?

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