UNC School of Law accepts transfer students for full time study only (at least nine credit hours).
Applicants must have successfully completed one year of full time study or the equivalent number of credit hours in part time study, at a law school approved by the Association of American Law Schools or the American Bar Association Section of Legal Education and Admission to the Bar. No more than 30 credits of work from another law school will be credited. No student will be admitted who is ineligible to return to the institution last attended.
UNC School of Law will accept up to 30 transfer credit hours. These credits are reviewed on a case-by-case basis by the associate dean for academic affairs who reviews the transcript, makes the determination and notifies students before they enroll what courses will be accepted for transfer credit. The criteria for transfer credit hours include that:
After enrolling, transfer students may take no more than 11 additional hours of ungraded courses at UNC.
Transfer applicants are most competitive for admission if their records indicate that they would have been eligible for acceptance as a first-year student. Transfer students should be performing superior academic work at their current law school.
Transfer candidates must submit the following:
Please check back later to find out the application window for Fall 2017 transfer applicants.