Seattle U Law has created a specialized curriculum to prepare students to pass the bar exam, a crucial step on the path to becoming a practicing attorney.
The Bar Success Prescribed Curriculum is required for students ranked in the bottom third of their class at the end of the first year. They must complete the curriculum in conjunction with the upper-level degree requirements in the following sequence:
Prior to completing 60 credits
Prior to completing 90 credits
A student may petition the Vice Dean to modify this policy if application of the policy would prevent the student from participating in an academic program that would be in the student's best interests. At a minimum, the student's petition should:
A student may petition the Vice Dean for release from this policy, upon a showing of a substantial improvement in the student's academic performance in required and/or bar tested courses. At a minimum, the student's petition should:
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law