Students matriculating at the law school after July 1, 2015, are required to satisfy the Experiential Learning Requirement (ELR) in order to graduate. The ELR consists of three components:
- the law school’s existing, five-credit hour, required Lawyering Skills sequence;
- one of the law school’s one-credit or two-credit hour required upper-level legal research courses described in Appendix D;
- at least three credit hours in the law school’s legal clinic, externship, or practica programs.
Part-time division students will have priority for enrollment in the practica program courses.
Adopted March 9, 2015.