Students enrolled at another law school accredited by the American Bar Association who desire to take one semester or one academic year of course work at Pacific McGeorge to be applied toward degree requirements at their home law school will be considered for visiting status. Students may submit applications for the spring or fall semester. Visitors are not eligible to receive their J.D. degree from Pacific McGeorge.
To apply for admission as a visiting student, applicants must submit the following:
Click here to begin your application. Please note that Pacific McGeorge does not accept hardcopy applications. All applications must be completed through the Law School Admission Council (LSAC.) The deadline to submit visiting applications is July 15 for the fall term and Nov. 15 for the spring term.
The application visiting application fee for the 2014 application cycle has been waived.
Law School Transcript
This document must contain grades for at least one full academic year and should be submitted directly to the Pacific McGeorge Admissions Office.
The admissions committee requests a brief statement indicating reasons for wishing to visit at Pacific McGeorge. Usually the statement is no more than one page, double-spaced and 12-point font.
Visiting Student Verification Form
Visiting students must submit a letter or form from the Law School Registrar or other appropriate Law School Administrator outlining which courses the student will be allowed to take at Pacific McGeorge School of Law. The letter must be submitted to the Admissions Office and the visiting student will not be allowed to register for classes until this form has been obtained.
Notification of Acceptance
Visiting students will receive their decisions soon after their files are complete.
Pacific McGeorge Admissions
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