Tuition and Fees
Below are the estimated costs for JD and LLM students attending Emory Law for the 2013-2014 academic year.
Estimated Expenses (costs may vary based on your choices)
Living Expenses: $17,964
Books: $3,858 for 1Ls and 2Ls; $5,156 for 3Ls (includes Bar Exam Fees)
Health Insurance: $2,800
Loan Fees: $1,140 (average)
Total $26, 422 1Ls and 2Ls; $27,720 3Ls
* Estimated costs should be used for planning purposes. Your actual costs may be lower based on the choices you make for your expenses.
Information effective July 2, 2013. Fees subject to change.
Emory Law offers fellowships and scholarships to students who qualify.
Woodruff Fellows Program
In 1980, Emory University established the Robert W. Woodruff Scholars and Fellows Program. Emory Law awards up to five Robert W. Woodruff Fellowships in Law each year to men and women of exceptional character, scholastic abilities and leadership qualities. Each fellowship covers full tuition and fees plus a $3,000 stipend per year.
Please note: LLM students are not eligible for the Woodruff Fellowship.
All admitted students will be automatically considered for merit-based scholarships. There is not a separate scholarship application to complete for consideration.
Please contact the Office of Admission at jdadmission(at)emory.edu or 404.727.6802 with any questions.
Resident Director Positions
Limited resident director positions are available to graduate-level students who have the desire and qualifications to work closely with undergraduate students. An application, resume and on-campus interview is required. Resident director selection takes place in March. For information, contact Jeff Tate in Residence Life & Housing, Emory University, Atlanta, GA 30322, 404.727.0429.