LL.M. to J.D Program

 

Some of our LL.M. students would like to receive a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree. The J.D. degree is the primary legal academic degree in the United States and it academically qualifies for virtually every legal position in the country, from practitioner to law professor or even Supreme Court Justice. The J.D. will also make you eligible to take the bar in any U.S. jurisdiction.


MC Law has created a special transfer program that will allow its LL.M. students to transfer into the J.D. program without taking the Law School Admissions Test. LL.M. students that score a minimum 2.6 G.P.A. in their core classes can apply to transfer into the LL.M. Program.


If a student or applicant is interested in the LL.M. transfer program, they should notify the Director of the LL.M. Program. The Director will help the student/applicant pick an academic schedule that will satisfy the requirements of the transfer program.