The study of law should enrich the rest of your life as well as the lives of those you touch. The educational opportunities offered at the Fredric G. Levin College of Law, Florida’s oldest public and most prestigious law school, will provide that experience and prepare you for legal excellence in nearly any setting, in any part of the world. As a student, you will be among accomplished peers, professors and practitioners. As a graduate, you will add to the strength of an alumni network with a 100-year legacy of leadership and public service.
Our college’s vision and mission statement succinctly states our aspirations at UF Law. We are “dedicated to advancing human dignity, social welfare and justice through knowledge of the law,” and we are committed to “excellence in educating professionals, advancing legal scholarship, serving the public and fostering justice.” To these ends, we have assembled an exceptional faculty, staff, and student body who are committed to legal teaching, learning, and scholarship.
We hope you will become a member of the UF Law tradition.
Step 1: Learn About UF and Gainesville
Learn more about our campus and community by exploring what UF and Gainesville have to offer.
Step 2: Apply to UF Law
We encourage prospective students to look over the prospectus, review admissions standards, and speak with an admissions representative to answer any questions they may have.
Step 3: Check your Status and Prepare for Law School
You may review your application status online after your application has been received electronically. Those who have been admitted are encouraged to look through our admitted students pages.
- Explore UF Law
- Apply to UF
- Admitted Students
- Contact Admissions
Download the 2013-2014 Prospectus
Contact AdmissionsPhone: (352) 273-0890
Phone: (877) 429-1297 (toll-free)
Fax: (352) 392-4087