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- A leave of absence may be granted by the Dean or the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs to any student who requests one and is in good standing as defined in § XVI.A.1. Any leave of absence from the law school may have an impact on the student’s financial aid or scholarship amount.
- The Dean or the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs shall inform the student of the date the leave of absence will expire. A leave of absence may be granted for up to one year.
- A student who is on a leave of absence may reenroll as of right in any semester that begins prior to the expiration of the leave period. This right to reenroll is subject to the restrictions of subpart H of this section.
- Upon the expiration or nonrenewal of a student’s leave of absence, he or she shall be voluntarily withdrawn from the law school. A student who is in good standing as defined in § XVI.A.1, does not enroll in any classes or withdraws from all classes at the law school, and does not seek or is not awarded a leave of absence is also considered voluntarily withdrawn.