Appendix E: Experiential Learning Requirement

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:

  1. the law school’s existing, five-credit hour, required Lawyering Skills sequence;
  2. one of the law school’s one-credit or two-credit hour required upper-level legal research courses described in Appendix D;
  3. 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.