Law (Non-Accelerated)

Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law, in conjunction with Mercer’s undergraduate schools and colleges, offers a Special Consideration program for qualified Mercer undergraduates. A qualified student will be guaranteed an interview – and given special consideration during the applicaiton process – to Mercer’s School of Law for either of the first two academic years following her/his graduation from one of Mercer’s undergraduate programs, if s/he meets the requirements listed below. For additional information, contact the Office of Admissions.

Eligibility Requirements for Acceptance to Mercer’s School of Law

  • Achievement of a combined score of 1800 on the SAT or graduation in the top 5% of her/his high-school class.
  • Achievement of a cumulative GPA of at least 3.50 at the time s/he applies to the law school, and completion of a Mercer undergraduate degree with at least a 3.50 cumulative GPA.
  • Completion of at least 60 undergraduate credit hours at Mercer University.
  • Achievement of a score at or above the median Law School Admission Test score of the preceding year’s entering class.
  • Demonstration of commitment to public service.
  • Demonstration of the character, fitness, and capability of satisfactory completion of law school and of admission to the bar.