J. Reuben Clark Law Students Who Attend Another Law School As A Visiting Student
J. Reuben Clark Law J.D. candidates may choose to attend another law school in the United States as a visiting student after completing at least two full semesters of course work. Acceptance of credits earned at the other law school is at the discretion of the Associate Dean for Research and Academic Affairs. However, no credits will be accepted for courses taken at another law school unless the grade received is at least the equivalent of 2.2 at the J. Reuben Clark law School, and there must be no duplication of credits. Maximum amounts of transferred credit to be applied toward graduation from the J. Reuben Clark Law School are: i) up to three full-time and four part-time semesters of credit earned at an ABA-approved and AALS member school, and ii) up to two full-time and 2.6 part-time semesters of credit earned at an ABA-approved school not a member of AALS. Credits earned at another law school will appear on the student’s J. Reuben Clark Law School Progress Report as a pass.