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Washington and Lee University    
 
    
 
  Dec 17, 2017
 
2016-2017 School of Law Catalog archived

Law Students Taking an Undergraduate Course for Credit


Second- and third-year law students may approach the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the School of Law for permission to take one course per term, at no additional charge, in each fall and spring semester (undergraduate fall and winter term) up to a total of four courses. Only certain courses are eligible, with all requiring the written approval of the assistant dean, instructor, undergraduate department head, and the provost. Participation in all class activities is required in the same ways as for undergraduates, so students must be aware of calendar differences (e.g., course start and end dates, different holiday and examination schedules), academic policies, and workload. If approved, the course will appear on the academic transcript but will not be included in the count of credits for the law degree nor in the law grade-point average. The application form is available on the University Registrar's website at go.wlu.edu/app-law-to-ugr.