Deferment is not an option. Applicants may choose to reactivate their file and would need to complete another application and submit a $50 application fee if they wish to be considered again for admission. Applicants who reactivate their files are considered along with all the other applicants for admission and are given no special preference if they had been previously admitted.
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Interviews are informational in nature and have no bearing on admission.
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Only students who are enrolled in other ABA-accredited law schools will be eligible to apply for transfer. Samford University's Cumberland School of Law will not accept a transfer application from an applicant who has been academically dismissed from another law school. If admitted, up to 30 hours of the first-year law school course credits may be transferable to Cumberland School of Law. Transfer applicants are required to provide a letter of good standing from the dean of the law school attended, a CAS report and a complete transcript of the first year law school grades.
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Depending on the availability of space, a limited number of students enrolled at other ABA-accredited law schools may be admitted to Samford University's Cumberland School of Law as visiting or transient students. Those interested in applying for visiting/transient status should note that current Cumberland School of Law students who pre-register in a timely manner will receive priority if a course is over-subscribed.
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Yes. Those interested in visiting the school or attending a first-year class are encouraged attend an Open House or schedule an appointment through the admissions office. E-mail: email@example.com, 205-726-2702 or toll free 1-800-888-7213. Read more about visits.
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Simply contact the admissions office at 205-726-2702, toll free 1-800-888-7213 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Minimum requirements for Windows computers are:
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Yes. Samford University currently provides wireless internet access across campus. Cumberland School of Law has wireless access points installed throughout Robinson Hall and the Lucille Stewart Beeson Law Library. 99% of the law school building and most areas in the law library currently have wireless internet access.
For instructions to connect to Samford University's wireless network, go to http://www.samford.edu/wireless.
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No. However, the law school has rolling admissions, so admissions decisions are made on a continuous basis once an applicant’s file becomes complete. Some decisions may be made as early as December. We begin receiving applications on September 1st. March 14th is the ultimate deadline to submit your application, personal statement, resume and any addenda.
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