Connect with Admissions
We welcome you to learn more about Berkeley Law School. Listed below are some ways you can connect with the Admissions Office.
New Law Admissions Workshops Series (L.A.W.S.) AnnouncedThe Berkeley Law Admissions Office will participate in a new series of workshops this summer with other leading law schools from throughout the country. The seminars will be held in New York City, Washington, D.C., Chicago, and Los Angeles. Admission will be free but participants must register and seats will be on a first-come basis. The seminars will focus on providing prospective applicants with information about legal education, the legal profession, and preparing for the process of applying to law school. Admissions Deans from participating schools will participate in a panel discussion followed by a question and answer session. After the panels, representatives from each of the participating schools will be available for additional information and discussion during a small format educational fair. A list of the participating schools, more details, and registration information are found here.
Visit the Law School and Information Sessions
Talk to an Admissions Representative
2850 Telegraph Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94705-7220
(510) 642-2274 office
(510) 643-6222 fax
A shuttle service operates between the Law School and our office. Information and the schedule are available here.
Find Us at a Local Recruitment Event
Whenever possible, we travel throughout the country to speak at colleges and with student groups and other organizations about our admissions process. You can check out our recruiting events calendar here.
For LL.M./J.S.D. Admissions Information
Please visit the section of the website dedicated to answering your questions about LL.M. and J.S.D. degrees.
The LL.M/J.S.D. Admissions Office is located at:
University of California, Berkeley
School of Law
Advanced Law Degree Programs
214 Boalt Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720-7200
For JSP (Ph.D.) Admissions Information
Please visit the section of the website dedicated to answering your questions about the JSP Program.
Additional information about the program may be obtained from:
The Graduate Assistant
Jurisprudence and Social Policy Program
School of Law
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720-2150