The School of Law’s flex-time program is designed for students who wish to pursue a legal education while maintaining full-time or part-time employment and/or attending to significant family obligations. Flex-time students may take no fewer than six and no more than twelve credits in any fall or spring semester. They typically take nine to twelve credit hours in any given fall or spring semester and are expected to complete all program requirements within four to six years. The course of study for the J.D. program must be completed within 84 months (seven years), in accordance with ABA Standard 311(b).
*LAW-1002 mandatory for students with a cumulative GPA of 2.320 or below and elective for all other students.
Recommended Second, Third & Fourth Years
*LAW-2001 mandatory in the fall semester of the second year for students with a cumulative GPA below 2.200 after the spring semester of their first year. Also mandatory for any upper-level student on academic probation who has not yet taken the course. Elective for all other students.
**LAW-2002 mandatory for upper-level students on academic probation who are not required to enroll in Legal Practice Skills