Visiting or Transfer Students

 

Whether your goal is to experience a new location, pursue an area of legal specialty, or find the best academic fit, a move to MC Law could enhance your success as a law student and as a legal professional.

 

Visiting Law Students

 

Students from ABA accredited law schools are eligible to apply to study at MC Law during any semester beyond their first year of study.  Visiting students must be in good academic standing and have permission from the dean of their law school to take courses at MC Law.

 

To apply, submit:

  • A completed advanced standing application (available upon request from the MC Law Admissions Office)

  • A letter from your current law school's dean granting permission to visit MC Law and confirming your good academic standing.

 

Transfer Students

 

Students with credits from ABA accredited law schools are eligible to apply to transfer to MC Law.  Transfer students may bring no more than 30 credit hours for consideration. 

 

The application for transferring to MC Law is not available online.  To request an application for transferring, please call Bobbie Cole at 601.925.7152 or e-mail her, brcole@mc.edu.

 

To apply, submit:

  • An application for transfer to MC Law

  • A completed advanced standing application (available upon request from the MC Law Admissions Office)

  • LSDAS report - a copy from your current law school will suffice

  • Two letters of recommendation from faculty members at your current/former law school

  • A letter of good standing from the dean at your current/former law school

  • An official undergraduate school transcript sent directly from your undergraduate school and showing your degree and the date the degree was granted.