The rules and regulations governing the law school, such as graduation requirements and grading policies, can be found in the Law School Catalog for each entering class. It is the responsibility of each student to refer to and, unless otherwise noted, comply with the requirements of the catalog in effect at the time they matriculate. Students should consult the catalog when they have questions about policies and procedures.
The law school provides various academic support services to students including an Academic Skills Assistance Program (ASAP). The Office of Services for Students with Disabilities works with students with learning differences and helps address appropriate accommodations.
The law school is very proud of its commitment to public service. All JD students are required to complete at least 30 hours of public service in order to graduate. Students interested in public service also can apply for one of the many public service externships.