Applying to the Program
The Online LL.M. in Indigenous Peoples Law is a selective program aimed to educate the those serving Indigenous People. The program has two starts per year, August and January, and we evaluate applications on a rolling admissions basis.
Students who wish to apply to the program are asked to:
All applicants must submit the following:
- A completed application and application fee of $50.
- An official transcript from the institution in which they received their first law degree. In addition, applicants must submit transcripts from each post-secondary institution which they attended.
- A Personal Statement, which should describe any factor(s) which would be relevant to the Admissions Committee in considering the application. This may include any experience in the area of intended specialization or any past experiences that could have positively or negatively impacted past academic or career performance. Personal statements should also discuss why the LL.M. would be beneficial to the applicant. Please limit the Personal Statement to 500 words or less.
- A current resume
All of this information will be considered as part of your application. Students do not need to submit any test scores, although foreign applicants may be required to submit scores from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) to demonstrate proficiency in English sufficient to successfully complete the program. International applicants must also submit a copy of their passport and a copy of their US visa (if already living the United States). In addition, financial documentation to verify financial resources is also required.