LLM to JD


Does anybody know which universities allow to transfer from their LLM programs to their JD programs without having to take the LSAT?
Does anybody know which universities allow to transfer from their LLM programs to their JD programs without having to take the LSAT?
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Clark 804
I kind of doubt it, but you can check with the schools you are interested in to see if this is possible.

I'd think this is not a typical thing to do, so the information about this would probably not be available on the schools' websites. You'd probably have to contact them directly.
I kind of doubt it, but you can check with the schools you are interested in to see if this is possible.

I'd think this is not a typical thing to do, so the information about this would probably not be available on the schools' websites. You'd probably have to contact them directly.
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germanlaw
I know for a fact that at USC if you are granted such transfer you would not have to take the LSAT. I am a current LL.M there.
I know for a fact that at USC if you are granted such transfer you would not have to take the LSAT. I am a current LL.M there.
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chicken so...
Do you know if many students take advantage of this? Just curious.
Do you know if many students take advantage of this? Just curious.
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