Application Information




Before You Apply

All states require applicants to the bar to establish their character and fitness to practice law. All law school applicants should carefully review the character and fitness requirements for the state in which they intend to practice. Learn more at the Texas Board of Law Examiners (BLE) website: The Texas BLE web content on Character & Fitness can be found at this link:

In your application to the UNT Dallas College of Law, you will be required to answer character and fitness questions that are similar to questions addressed in the bar licensing process.The application and its accompanying instructions include detailed information about these and other parts of the application process. 

Preview the Character and Fitness Questions in the UNT Dallas College of Law application.

International Applicants

We are not able to admit international or foreign students to the law school at this time. Please check with the Office of Admissions for information on when the law school will be eligible to accept international or foreign students.

Visiting Student Applicants

UNT Dallas College of Law will accept visiting student applications for enrollment in the spring 2020 semester, and then on a semester or academic year basis thereafter. Watch this website for more information on the visiting students program.

Transfer Student Applicants

UNT Dallas College of Law will accept transfer student applications for admissions in fall 2020. Watch this website for more information on the transfer student program.

Application Deadline

The deadline is April 30 for applicants wishing to begin law school as 1L students the following fall. To strengthen your opportunity for admission, you should apply early. Applicant files are reviewed and admissions offers are made on a rolling basis. Thus, applicants are strongly encouraged to submit all required documents as early as possible. We enroll first-year students in the fall of each year.




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