Beginning fall 2018, all applicants to the University of Pennsylvania Law School’s JD degree program will have the option to take the LSAT, GRE, or GMAT admissions tests as part of a pilot program launched by the school.
“Penn Law is the leader in cross-disciplinary curriculum and degree offerings, and this pilot program aims to build on those strengths,” said Ted Ruger, Dean of Penn Law. “This new initiative allows applicants who plan to take the GMAT or GRE, particularly those interested in our joint degree programs such as our many partnerships with Wharton, including the Francis J. and Wm. Polk Carey JD/MBA program, or our Law and Technology joint degrees with Penn Engineering, to support their application to Penn Law with a single test.”
The hallmarks of the Penn Law experience are a cross-disciplinary, globally-focused legal education, and a vibrant intellectual community. Penn Law prepares graduates to navigate an increasingly complex world as leaders and influential decision-makers in the law and related fields.