Apply for Admission

Date of Birth:
NAME ON PREVIOUS ACADEMIC RECORDS (if different from above):
Current Mailing Address:
Daytime Phone:
Evening Phone:
Are You an Alabama Resident?
Country of Citizenship:
If Other Country, What Country?
If Not Born in the US, What Year Did You Begin Living in the United States?
If Not US Citizen, Indicate Your Current Status as of the Date You Submit Your Application:


List ALL undergraduate graduate and professional level schools you have attended full-time or part-time, starting with the most recent.:
Check the appropriate box indicating the highest degree (other than a bachelor’s) received or course work completed for such degree.:
If applicable, please describe any circumstances that negatively affected the extent to which your academic record reflect your ability to succeed in law school:
Please provide the following information for the high school you attended for the longest period::
Begin Month/Year:
End Month/Year:
Where did you live while you were attending high school? If you lived in more than one residence, list the address where you lived the longest?:


An affirmative answer to either or both of the following two questions will not necessarily preclude or prejudice your admission to Miles Law School.

Have you ever been convicted of a misdemeanor or felony (or the equivalent in a juvenile court), or is any such charges now pending? You need not report traffic violations unless conviction for the violation(s) would constitute a misdemeanor or a felony. You must inform the Admissions Office in writing if any such charge or conviction occurs between your submission of this application and your registration at Miles Law School?
If so, please explain in detail:
Have you ever been subjected to dismissal, suspension, probation, warning or other disciplinary or academic sanction by any college, university, professional school or association?
If, so, please explain in detail:
If you have applied, been admitted or registered at Miles Law School, indicate the most recent year:
If you are admitted, may we release your name, address, e-mail address and telephone number(s) to members of our faculty, alumni association, or student organization(s), so that they may give you more information about Miles Law School?


List significant employment; include days and hours per week.

Employment concurrent with undergraduate studies excluding summer employment:
Please indicate in the box which best describes the number of hours worked for a typical week for each academic year of college.:
Other significant employment, including summer and post graduate employment:
Please describe all significant public, community service, volunteer and extracurricular activities in which you have been involved and any leadership positions you have held. Please include the name, address and telephone number of at least one person with whom you have worked who can provide information about your involvement in those activities.


If you have a specific career goals, please describe them and tell us what you have done to prepare yourself to meet your goals:
Please list all languages, other than English, in which you can speak or write, and indicate your degree of proficiency in each. Please describe briefly how you acquired your knowledge of each language.:
If applicable, please bring to our attention any significant disability. Please check the appropriate box(es):
Please describe how the disability may bear on your record.:
Please ensure that both the personal statement and recommendation letters are SIGNED.
Please provide a separate essay no more than three double-spaced typed pages. Describe any personal matters relevant to your ability to succeed in law school and the practice of law and any attributes, experiences or interests that would enable you to make a distinctive contribution to the law school or the legal profession:*
Upload a Current Resume:*
Upload Minimum of 1, no More than 2 Letters of Reference:*


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*The Federal Privacy Act of 1974 requires that you be notified that the disclosure of your Social Security Number is mandatory pursuant to the authority of the Regents of Miles Law School. The Social Security Number is used to verify your identity. If you do not have a Social Security Number, obtain one through the nearest district Social Security Office and notify the Admissions Office of the number when it is received. If you are not a U.S. citizen and do you not live in the U.S., a Social Security Number is not required.

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I hereby apply for admission to Miles Law School and understand that any material submitted will not be returned. I certify that all information I submit in this application, and in support of this application, is complete and true to the best of my knowledge and belief. I understand that any false or incomplete information may be grounds for dismissal from the Law School or revocation of my degree.

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