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The minimum TOEFL score requirement is 250 for the computer-based exam, 600 for the paper test, or 100 for the internet-based exam.
I graduated from a non-U.S. law school. If I graduate from Suffolk’s LLM program, will I be able to sit for the bar?
For students who graduated from a non-U.S. law school and who seek to practice law in the U.S., Suffolk University’s general Master of Laws (LLM) or the Master of Laws in Global Law and Technology degree programs can meet the educational requirements qualifying graduates to sit for the bar exam in Massachusetts.
Students wishing to obtain licensure through this route will need to take specific courses; please consult with Assistant Dean Bridgett Sandusky. Suffolk has not made a determination on whether its general LLM or LLM in Global Law and Technology meet the educational requirements for graduates of non-U.S. law schools to sit for the bar exam in any other states or the District of Columbia. Students wishing to practice law outside of Massachusetts should contact the board of bar examiners or comparable state authorities for any state in which they wish to practice to determine if Suffolk’s general LLM or LLM in Global Law and Technology programs meet that state’s educational requirements.