Visiting Student Information
A visiting student is a student enrolled in a J.D. program at another law school who has a need to study at Washington and Lee for one or two semesters. Visiting students may take up to 15 credit hours per semester for up to two semesters at our regular tuition rate, which for the 2006 - 2007 academic year is $30,500. The credit can only be applied toward the degree requirement at the applicant's law school and not toward a Washington and Lee degree.
An applicant for status as a visiting student must:
(1) complete an application for admission supplemented by a statement of the reason the applicant desires special student status
(2) submit a letter of good standing from the law school in which the applicant is enrolled as a degree candidate which includes an assurance from the school that credit earned by the applicant as a special student at Washington and Lee will be credited toward the degree requirements at that school
(3) submit an official transcript from the school in which the applicant is currently enrolled and an unofficial transcript from any other law schools attended.
The deadline for filing an application for visiting student status is July 1 for the fall semester or November 15 for the spring semester. Applications are considered on the basis of student qualification, need for attending Washington and Lee, and space available.
Contact Linda Johnson, Director, Law School Records
Lexington, Virginia 24450 | (540) 458-8400