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1.9 Courses in Foreign Law Schools

After the first year, students may take and receive credit for courses at a foreign law school, subject to the following rules:

  1. The student's course of study must be supervised by a full time faculty member.
  2. At least 90 days prior to anticipated enrollment in the foreign law school, the student must request approval from the dean of this school.
  3. The dean may set a maximum number of credits for particular courses and may require that the student earn a minimum grade to receive the credit. The total number of credits earned for courses taken at foreign law schools, including the law school's foreign exchange partner schools, may not exceed one-third of the credits required for the J.D. degree.
  4. The student's grade point average at this school must be 2.3 or above.
  5. The student's grades in such courses are not counted in computing the grade point average at this school.