Schools allowing LLM at other law schools transfer to JD


kacko

Is there any law school allowing LLM students at other law schools transfer to its JD..??

If yes, which with LSAT?

and which without LSAT..?

thanks..:)


Is there any law school allowing LLM students at other law schools transfer to its JD..??

If yes, which with LSAT?

and which without LSAT..?

thanks..:)
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tsis

I do only know of USC..but if you look there are discussions in here on the same topic...maybe they r more enlighting.

I do only know of USC..but if you look there are discussions in here on the same topic...maybe they r more enlighting.
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tsis

oh sorry...without LSAT the aforementioned one.

oh sorry...without LSAT the aforementioned one.
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Brainy Smu...

I seriously doubt that you can muster up the required information before the deadline. All you can do is try and see what happens. However you can transfer from a concurring LLM to JD at the same respective university.

Go to this thread called "LLMs can transfer to JD without LSAT" located here: http://www.llm-guide.com/board/77165/last/#last.

I seriously doubt that you can muster up the required information before the deadline. All you can do is try and see what happens. However you can transfer from a concurring LLM to JD at the same respective university.

Go to this thread called "LLMs can transfer to JD without LSAT" located here: http://www.llm-guide.com/board/77165/last/#last.
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Brent815

Arizona Law's JD with Advanced Standing program allows those holding a U.S. LLM to transfer up to 17 units from the LLM and 29 units from a non-US law degree, meaning that one can earn a JD in only three semesters (1.5 years).

Arizona does not require the LSAT for this program, and accepts applications until May 15th.

Arizona's JDAS program is reasonably priced at $26,000 per year. For more Information see: http://choosearizonalaw.com/node/65
Or Contact JDAS@law.arizona.edu

Arizona Law's JD with Advanced Standing program allows those holding a U.S. LLM to transfer up to 17 units from the LLM and 29 units from a non-US law degree, meaning that one can earn a JD in only three semesters (1.5 years).

Arizona does not require the LSAT for this program, and accepts applications until May 15th.

Arizona's JDAS program is reasonably priced at $26,000 per year. For more Information see: http://choosearizonalaw.com/node/65
Or Contact JDAS@law.arizona.edu
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kacko

Thanks all for those helpful informations
I sent letters to some law school, and all of those who replied said "No" regarding transferring to JD without LSAT(Washington Uni., Columbia, Michiga, Vanderbilt, Penn).

Btw, are there any other law schools which have similar program to Arozona one..???

Thanks

Thanks all for those helpful informations
I sent letters to some law school, and all of those who replied said "No" regarding transferring to JD without LSAT(Washington Uni., Columbia, Michiga, Vanderbilt, Penn).

Btw, are there any other law schools which have similar program to Arozona one..???

Thanks
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Brainy Smu...

Yes. There are several other law schools that offer an accelerated JD. Go here: http://www.llm-guide.com/board/127192/1#post-127194.

Kind regards.

Yes. There are several other law schools that offer an accelerated JD. Go here: http://www.llm-guide.com/board/127192/1#post-127194.

Kind regards.

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