Students enrolled in the Oxford program are expected to abide by the same regulations pertaining to classroom work, assignments, and attendance that are applicable to all Dedman School of Law students. Specifically, students are expected to prepare all assignments and to participate in classroom discussions. The instructor may exclude a student from a course for poor classroom performance, for failure to meet attendance requirements, for improper conduct in the classroom, or for failure to prepare assignments. In such cases the student will receive a failing grade in the course.
Regular and punctual class attendance is necessary to satisfy residence and class hours requirements.
Generally, participation in the Oxford summer program does not accelerate graduation. Students interested in acceleration should consult their home schools to review this issue in light of ABA Standard 304, Interpretation 4.