Connect with Us

Due to the continuing spread of the coronavirus COVID-19 and its variants, Louisville Law has restricted building access to law school community members and will not allow personal visits to the law school at this time. Once we are again able to safely welcome visitors, we would be delighted to have you join us. In the meantime, please make use of alternate means of connecting with us.

Virtual Admissions Counseling

Since we cannot meet with prospective students in person, we are happy to offer virtual admissions counseling as an opportunity to connect one-on-one with an Office of Admissions representative to learn more about our law school and the admissions process. Virtual admissions counseling is currently offered by appointment. Please email us at to request a meeting.

Virtual Tour

Although we cannot currently accommodate visitors in the building, we invite you to take a virtual tour of the law school and see for yourself what Louisville Law has to offer.

LSAC Digital Forums

The Law School Admission Council continues its series of Digital Forums, an opportunity for prospective law students to interface with law schools across the nation, including ours! All Forum attendees also have access to the LSAC Resource Center, plus live and on-demand workshops on a variety of relevant topics.

After hosting successful events in September and December, LSAC will be hosting its final Digital Forum of the cycle on Saturday, February 5. If you are interested in attending, you must register in advance.

Office Hours

The Office of Admissions is open Mondays through Fridays, from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Eastern. If you have questions for our office that are not addressed on this website, you may call us at (502) 852-6391 or email us at .

At this time, our staff members continue to work semi-remotely. Your patience is appreciated as we work to respond to inquiries. Please note that when we are not in the office, callers will be sent to voicemail, and return calls from our staff may display as coming from a “Private Caller” on caller ID.