Non-law Students in Law Courses
1. A non-law graduate student at BYU may enroll in a law school class if:
a) The student’s department chair certifies to the law school Registrar that the student is academically capable of doing the work and that the law class is an important element in the student’s overall education plan;
b) There is room in the class; and
c) The professor agrees, in advance, that the student may enroll.
2. If a class taught at the law school is cross-listed with another department or college at the University, non-law students may enroll in the class under the course number listed by the other department or college, if they are eligible to do so under the rules of the other department or college.
3. Non-law students enrolled in a law school class under a law school course number will be graded according to the law school’s grading standards, procedures, and deadlines.
Students enrolled in a cross-listed class under a course number listed by another department or college will be graded according to the University’s grading standards, procedures, and deadlines.