Graduate and International Programs

Admitted and Current Student Information

Important Dates

January 11-15, 2016:

Intersession and Orientation in the following programs:
LLM in U.S. Law
LLM in Intellectual Property & Technology Law
LLM (Concentration in Negotiation & Dispute Resolution)
MLS (Masters in Legal Studies)

January 19, 2016:

First day of classes for the Spring Semester


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International and Graduate Programs Admissions

E-mail: intllm@wulaw.wustl.edu
Telephone: (314) 935-3346
Fax: (314) 935-7961

Mailing and Delivery Address:

Washington University School of Law
Graduate and International Programs
One Brookings Drive
Dept/CB 1120
St. Louis, MO 63130-4899
314-935-3346 / Rachael Johnson


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Housing Information

Off Campus Housing for Graduate Students (click the Professional & Graduate Students, Staff & Faculty button)

Housing and Neighborhood Information

Apartments for Rent

Transportation and Housing Map

Surrounding Apartment Locations

St. Louis Neighborhood Information

New WashU roommate resource for graduate students - A current WashU graduate student has developed a safe roommate resource that enables WashU students to easily find roommates who also go to WashU. Only WashU students can register using their WUSTL.edu email address. Moreover, the website has a marketplace for used products and sublets.

To start using the service:
   •    Register at www.washubuzz.com/register with you WashU email account (You should receive your WashU email in early July).
   •    Go to the roommate section and find your best match.

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