You may be many miles away, but as a new member of the Penn Carey Law community, you are most welcome to visit the Law School anytime.
The Law School is located at 3501 Sansom Street, with entrances on 34th Street and Sansom Street. The Law School is at the northeast corner of the University of Pennsylvania campus, making the entire campus easily accessible to law students. View Directions to the University’s Campus & Suggested Accommodations.
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Congratulations! We look forward to you joining us. Here are the enrollment steps.
To hold your place in Penn Carey Law’s LLM class:
By April 1:
- Complete and return the Initial Deposit Form as a PDF attachment to email@example.com. Please be sure to include your name in the title of the document and in the title of the email.
- Pay the $500 initial deposit fee.
By May 1:
- Pay the $2,250 second deposit fee. The entire $2,750 balance will be credited towards your Pre-Term Program fee or returned to you after your matriculation.
Payment can be made by:
- Foreign credit card or wire transfer at Flywire.
- By check drawn on a US Bank or an International Money Order, payable to “Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania” and delivered to: The University of Pennsylvania Law School - Graduate Programs, 3501 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6204, United States
If we do not hear from you or receive payment by the dates noted above, we will assume you have declined our offer.
View tuition, fees and estimated expenses from 2020-2021 at LLM Estimated Expenses, which will continue to update when the finalized tuition, fees, and estimated expenses for the 2021-2022 academic year is available.
View information about tuition payment in FAQs - General Questions.
In general, it is not possible to extend your reply deadline. We receive over 1,400 applications to fill approximately 115 slots in our LLM class. If Penn Carey Law holds a place for you, other qualified candidates delay their own final decisions on law school admittance until they hear whether a spot at Penn will become available for them.
Many are certain Penn is their first choice. Due to the advance planning required for visas and other arrangements, a delayed offer of admission may not be accepted by the candidate. We hope you understand that our “no extension” policy is based on concerns for both fairness and efficiency.
We do realize that extraordinary circumstances may occur. If that describes your situation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate in the email the reasons for your request. Decisions will be made on a case-by-case basis.
Once you have accepted the offer of admission and submitted the $500 initial Pre-Term Program deposit payment, thereby securing your place in the LLM program, circumstances may require you to request a deferral of admission. If you wish to request a deferral, please complete this form and email to email@example.com along with the reason for your request. Please note that deferral decisions are made on a case-by-case basis.
If granted a deferral, your initial Pre-Term Program deposit will be credited towards your tuition and, the following year, you will be required to submit the second half of the Pre-Term Program deposit, and confirm your attendance, by January 15th.
Deferred students must agree not to:
- Hold deferred status at any other law school
- Enroll in any graduate law program
- Apply for admission to a graduate program at any other law school
Yes, the Pre-Term Program is required. This orientation provides invaluable information and should not to be missed. If scheduling complications may prevent you from attending the first day, you must seek a waiver from Elise Luce Kraemer via firstname.lastname@example.org.