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Campbell Law is an inclusive community with a diversity of perspectives and a variety of backgrounds represented.

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The Admissions Process

Successful applicants to Campbell Law show the potential to succeed in our program and the desire to pursue a professional career consistent with our tradition of excellence and service. We seek the best and the brightest individuals who will strengthen and shape our vibrant Campbell Law community.

Campbell Law’s regular admission process is rolling. Our early-decision application option is non-binding.  Campbell Law will notify early-decision candidates about their status no later than December 15. Some early-decision candidates may be held for review in the regular cycle. Candidates who are held for consideration in the regular cycle will no longer be bound by the terms of the early-decision agreement.

The Admissions Committee evaluates every applicant for:

  • Demonstrated academic achievement
  • An expressed calling to study law
  • A potential for leadership
  • A heart for community service
  • Strong character and ethical values

Tuition & Aid

Campbell Law School makes every effort to ensure that no qualified applicant is denied the opportunity to study law due to financial reasons. Through federal loan programs, as well as the generosity of our donors and Campbell University, we are able to award millions of dollars of aid in the form of scholarships to our law students.

Learn more about Tuition & Aid

Working While Enrolled

Campbell Law full-time students are not permitted to work during the first year of law school. First-year students are permitted to work during winter and summer breaks. During the second and third years of law school, ABA standards dictate that students enrolled full-time may not work more than 20 hours per week.

View our ABA Disclosures