Reminder: Curriculum Guide & Course Enrollment Planning

Posted on May 26, 2020

Course enrollment for Seat Deposited Admitted Students will begin in early June. In order to prepare for enrollment and the required pre-enrollment advising session, each student must review and complete the preliminary tasks that are outlined in the LL.M. Guide to the Moritz Curriculum. The course registration process laid out in detail in Section One, […]


Preparing for Course Registration and Orientation

Posted on May 26, 2020

It’s only May, but it’s never too soon to begin thinking about your LL.M. courses! You will find the most complete and updated course listings under under Fall 2020 Course List and Spring 2021 Course List. Please note that the course descriptions are on the LL.M. Guide to the Moritz Curriculum, under Section III. Please browse and […]


Preparing for Law School – Suggested Reading List

Posted on April 27, 2020

Many students wonder how they can prepare for the law school courses they will be taking at The Moritz College of Law. Every year, we provide a suggested reading list to all admitted students. Reading the material below is optional, but it will give you a good foundation as you prepare to begin your legal […]


Student Health Insurance & Vaccination Information

Posted on April 13, 2020

Student Health Insurance All international students are automatically enrolled in the student health insurance, and it is required. It is possible, but very rare, that an international student is able to waive the health insurance. This year, the cost of the health insurance was $3,370. It could stay the same, but is also might increase […]


Housing Guide Available

Posted on April 6, 2020

Learn more about housing options for your LL.M. year, both on-campus and off-campus. Our housing guide contains a detailed description of various Columbus neighborhoods, and offers websites for you to browse. If you are interested in on-campus housing, you can and should apply now, even if you have not yet paid your deposit. Read the […]


The Moritz College of Law Calendar

Posted on March 30, 2020

Please bookmark the link to the Moritz College of Law academic calendar. It’s important to note that it differs from The Ohio State University calendar; you should always refer to the college calendar for exam dates and dates when the college will be closed. A few notes about the calendar… The LL.M. orientation starts on […]


New York Skills Competency and Professional Values Bar Admission Requirements

Posted on March 23, 2020

Throughout the admission process, many of you indicated an interest in taking the New York Bar exam. We wanted to provide you with more details about the newest changes from the NY Court of Appeals in terms of LLM graduates being able to get licensed in New York. Starting in fall 2018, any LLM student […]


Online Foundations of U.S. Law & Practice

Posted on March 9, 2020

We highly recommend the Foundations of U.S. Law & Practice at Moritz is a three-week non-credit, non-degree program for incoming Moritz LL.M. students to gain hands-on preparation for their master’s studies that will take place from July 28th until August 14th in Drinko Hall. Incoming LL.M students are able to enter the U.S. with their I-20s thirty (30) days before […]


Seat Deposit: How and When to Pay it

Posted on March 3, 2020

Many of you have asked about the timing and method for submitting your deposit to join the LLM Class this year. If you have any questions about the financial review process, feel free to contact the Graduate and Professional Admissions office at (614) 292-9444 or gpadmissions@osu.edu. Here is how the process works. Step One: Activate your Ohio […]


Tuition and Fees – How to Pay

Posted on July 15, 2019

In order to pay your tuition/fees/health insurance you have to wait until your scholarship/financial aid has been granted. Here is how you can check your Statement of Account before you pay: Step1: Log into “My Buckeye Link” at https://buckeyelink.osu.edu/ Step2: Under the “Finances” tab, select Term “2020 Autumn” Step3: Click on “Statement of Account” highlighted […]


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