Juris Doctor (J.D.)
The J.D. curriculum provides a strong foundation that has proven to be fundamental to the practice of law in every American jurisdiction, while giving students the opportunity to tailor coursework to particular career aspirations.
To earn a J.D. degree, students must:
- Successfully complete a minimum of 90 credit hours, at least 70 of which must be earned in regularly scheduled classes taught in the law school.
- Successfully complete the courses required in the first year
- Engage in full-time law study for six semesters in residence. Each student shall be required to take at least 14 hours in every semester in order to qualify for status as a full-time student.
- Achieve a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.000.
View All News
Ron Fraper, Governor of the State of Old York
Association of Beverage Producers and Retailers
Notre Dame Law School has an impressive number of journals. Check them out and get involved!
Law School Admissions