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Students in good standing at a law school accredited by the American Bar Association, may apply for admission to ASU Law with advanced standing after completing at least one year of a full-time JD program or its equivalent. In order to transfer, students must have completed not less than one year and not more than three semesters of law school. Generally, only first-year coursework is eligible for transfer credit. A maximum of 29 transfer credits can be counted toward the 88 credits necessary for graduation. Transfer credit will not be granted for courses with less than a "C" grade for work completed at an accredited law school. ASU Law may also deny or reduce credit for particular courses. Grades received at another law school are not counted in determining a student's cumulative grade point average at ASU Law.
Fall: July 31
Spring: December 30
Applicants who require a visa must complete all paperwork by June 1.
Completed applications for transfer admission must be received by the Admissions Office by the deadlines listed above and must include the following items.